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Dorman Products Releases August New Product Announcement

The August release includes 139 exclusive formerly “Dealer Only” parts.


COLMAR, Pa. — Dorman Products has released its August New Product Announcement featuring 1,875 new parts, 139 of which are exclusive formerly "Dealer Only" parts.
Top parts from Dorman’s August announcement include:
•New additions to Dorman’s Drop Ship Driveshaft Assemblies Program (now offering more than 70 SKUs) including coverage for Toyota Tundras from 2004-’00. Dorman’s new Driveshaft Assembly program connects customers with a broad offering of direct replacements – shipped the next business day through FedEx (for orders received by 3 p.m. EDT). (P\N 936-716)
•More Hybrid Battery coverage: In addition to its first six Hybrid Battery SKUs, Dorman now offers a replacement Hybrid Drive Battery for Honda Insights from 2006-’00. This direct replacement battery is ready to install, includes all electronics and requires no programming. Additional information on Dorman’s new Hybrid Drive Battery program, including application-specific installation videos, is available at www.DormanHybrid.com. (P/N 587-006)
•A convenient replacement for lost or broken DVD remote controls fitting more than 4 million Buick, Cadillac, Chevy, GMC and Saturn vehicles on the road today.  (P/N 57001)
•A new differential mount for Jeep Commander and Cherokee models from 2010-’05. The original mount on these popular models is highly failure-prone, making this an in-demand direct replacement. (P/N 905-404)
In addition, Dorman’s announcement also includes spare tire hoists, parking brake lever kits, lighting components, fuel pumps, multi-function switches and more.
Dorman’s New Product Announcement comes with a companion video featuring highlights of this month’s newest products. To access this video click here.
For additional information on Dorman’s latest product introductions, visit http://www.DormanProducts.com.


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