Clevite Lightens the Work Load for Ordering Heavy Duty Kits

Dec 16, 2005

ANN ARBOR, Michigan, (December 16, 2005) — Clevite Engine Parts recently developed a working link between and By linking these two powerful tools, customers can now place orders for heavy duty engine kits, electronically, by using provides the most comprehensive heavy duty engine kit research database available online. Integrating the web sites gives heavy duty customers the easiest way to locate and purchase parts with just a few clicks of a mouse.

Those wishing to utilize can follow these simple steps:

• Place the kit number in the part number field;
• Click the Add/Update button;
• Click the link under the kit number to be sent directly to to select options; and
• Choose options, view the kit, and the order is complete.

Customers need only a few things to get started — an active Clevite account including a valid email address, a computer with an Internet connection, and a Java enabled browser such as Internet Explorer 5.0, Netscape 7.0, Firefox 1.0.7 or higher. The system works best with a high-speed Internet connection, but it is not mandatory. Customers can contact their local Clevite Engine Parts sales representative for any additional information.

Visit or to investigate the new Clevite Heavy Duty CEEK® program. The program offers customers access to more than 1,400 different engine kit numbers for the fleet, agricultural, and industrial markets.

Clevite Engine Parts is a part of Dana Corporation (NYSE: DCN) and provides a wide scope of under-the-hood products for the global replacement parts market, including Clevite® engine parts, Clevite 77® engine bearings, Victor Reinz® gaskets and Perfect Circle® piston rings. In addition, Clevite, Clevite 77, Victor Reinz and Perfect Circle are exclusive NASCAR® Performance Products. Clevite’s Internet address is

Dana people design and manufacture products for every major vehicle producer in
the world. Dana is focused on being an essential partner to automotive, commercial, and off-highway vehicle customers, which collectively produce more than 60 million vehicles every year. A leading supplier of axle, driveshaft, engine, frame, chassis, and transmission technologies, Dana employs 46,000 people in 28 countries. The company is based in Toledo, Ohio, and reported sales of $9.1 billion in 2004. Dana’s Internet address is: