Walker Products Releases 200 New SKUs

Walker Products Releases 200 New SKUs

The SKUs cover a wide range of applications, including engine-management sensors, oxygen sensors and ignition coils.

Walker Products announced the release of more than 200 new SKUs for the automotive aftermarket.

The SKUs cover a wide range of automotive applications, including engine-management sensors, oxygen sensors, ignition coils and more.

“Walker Products has been a trusted name in the automotive industry for over 75 years, and the launch of these new SKUs further solidifies their commitment to providing high-quality products and exceptional customer service,” the company said in a news release.

Designed to provide superior performance, reliability and durability, the new SKUs are manufactured to the highest quality standards using the latest technology and materials, according to the company.

“The release of these new SKUs demonstrates Walker Products’ commitment to meeting the evolving needs of their customers in the automotive industry,” the company added.

To learn more about the new SKUs and other products offered by Walker Products, visit the Walker Products website.

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