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EngineQuest Unveils New Web Site

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EngineQuest (EQ), the engine parts division of AAEQ Manufacturers and Recyclers, recently introduced its new Web site at www.enginequest.com. The Web site features out-of-production or hard-to-find automotive engine parts for import and domestic vehicles that include gas or diesel applications.

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“Much of the EQ product line was developed in response to specific requests for help,” said Scott Stolberg, AAEQ’s president and CEO. “Our parts are not ‘commodities’ – they were developed to solve problems encountered every day by engine builders. We carry numbers that no one else has, and if we don’t have it, we can find its fast, and at the right price.”

The EQ Web site includes the company’s complete electronic catalog of products, including exhaust manifolds (new and reclaimed), timing covers (largest single line available), harmonic balancers, head bolt sets, crankshafts, stock replacement and performance cylinder heads. The Web site also contains information on EQ’s spec Chevy cylinder head that was chosen by the International Motor Contest Association (IMCA) as an optional head for its Northern and Southern Sportmod divisions for 2008.

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EQ sources its cores from its sister company, AA Midwest, which maintains a core inventory of more than 150,000 engines and transmissions and other internal part cores. EQ specializes in manufacturing parts that either make one automotive core work in another application or replaces a hard to find or salvaged part. EQ parts are available from six national warehouses located in Chicago, Las Vegas, Spokane, Wash., Long Island, N.Y., Atlanta and Dallas.

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