ATP Doubles Graywerks Engine Oil Pan Line - Engine Builder Magazine

ATP Doubles Graywerks Engine Oil Pan Line

ATP Oil PanATP Automotive has expanded its Graywerks line of engine oil pans, adding 123 new part numbers for a total of 206 SKUs and market coverage for over 128 million vehicles. Among the new product offerings are oil pans for most domestic vehicle makes, European brands like Audi and Volkswagen, and Asian vehicles such as Honda and Toyota.

“By more than doubling our Graywerks line of engine oil pans, we now provide our customers with unparalleled coverage for both domestic and import vehicles,” said Reuben Krugly, director of product management for ATP, Inc. “Our engine oil pans match OE look, materials and design, so they fit right the first time they are installed.”

In addition to meeting or exceeding OE specifications, the Graywerks by ATP Automotive engine oil pans line offers many benefits such as drain plugs with gaskets included, extra durable coating on all pans which are constructed of 16-gauge steel, internal baffles and windage trays, that are easy to install and have a liftetime warranty.

To learn more about the full line of Graywerks by ATP Automotive engine oil pans, contact your ATP Automotive sales representative or call the company’s Senior Vice President of Sales Steve Horn at 847-597-9174.

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