ATP Automotive Expands Graywerks Transmission Pans Line

ATP Automotive Expands Graywerks Transmission Pans Line

ATP Automotive now offers complete coverage for more than 165 million vehicles on the road today, the company says.

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill. — With the addition of new part numbers to its Graywerks line of high-quality transmission pans, ATP Automotive now offers complete coverage for more than 165 million vehicles on the road today, the company says.

“Our Graywerks transmission pans are second to none when it comes to exceeding OE specifications, and by expanding the number of part numbers to 25 SKUs, ATP Automotive is now a full line supplier for both domestic and import vehicles,” said Reuben Krugly, director of product management for ATP Inc.

Some of the key features and benefits of Graywerks by ATP Automotive transmission pans include:

•Fit right the first time
•Match OE look, materials and design
•Extra-durable coating on all steel pans
•Superior appearance and corrosion resistance
•Drain plugs with gaskets included where required
•Ease of installation, no need to reuse old parts
•Lifetime warranty

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

For more information, visit www.atpautomotive.com.

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