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ATP Automotive Now Offers Front Differentials For GM Trucks And SUVs

Backed by a five-year, 100,000-mile warranty, ATP Automotive offers complete coverage for remanufactured 8.25-inch front differentials for 1992-2006 GM trucks and SUVs with independent front suspensions.

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ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill. – ATP Automotive now offers fully remanufactured front differentials for GM trucks and SUVs, as they are no longer available from the new car dealer as new.

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“ATP Automotive is the industry’s choice for precision-remanufactured front differentials for GM trucks and SUVs,” said Luke Perkowski, director of marketing and product management for ATP Inc. “Our front differentials are carefully inspected and totally reconditioned to meet original specifications. Used differentials take almost 10 hours to rebuild and install, but ATP’s completely remanufactured front differentials come fully assembled and take less than three hours to install.”

Backed by a five-year, 100,000-mile warranty, ATP Automotive offers complete coverage for remanufactured 8.25-inch front differentials for 1992-2006 GM trucks and SUVs with independent front suspensions. All ratios (3.42, 3.73 and 4.10) are available, depending on the application, and additional parts, such as ring and pinion, inner case and other internal parts, are rigorously tested and replaced to meet original equipment specifications. ATP Automotive front differentials come ready-to-install, requiring only 3.5 pints of SAE 75 W-90 synthetic axle lubricant.

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To learn more about ATP Automotive front differentials click here or 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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