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Navistar Parts introduces new Fleetrite filter line, expands aftermarket parts availability

David Sickels is the Associate Editor of Tire Review and Fleet Equipment magazines. He has a history of working in the media, marketing and automotive industries in both print and online.

Navistar International Corporation’s Parts business has expanded product lines and is introducing solutions to further improve parts availability.

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Now in its 50th year of business, Fleetrite parts, Navistar’s all-makes aftermarket truck and bus parts brand, introduces a new line of filters.

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Fleetrite filters are a direct replacement for OEM filters and include air, hydraulic, fuel, lube and oil, DEF and water and coolant. Warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship, Navistar says Fleetrite filters prevent contaminants, dirt and debris from entering systems. This new product line enhances the Fleetrite brand’s more than 100 current product lines.

In addition, Navistar says parts are now more accessible with the addition of standalone Fleetrite retail locations to International Truck and IC Bus dealer locations. There are currently eight Fleetrite stores open with plans to develop 10 stores in 2020. The goal is to reach 50 locations by 2023, Navistar says, adding the company collaborates with its International Truck dealer network to determine the most ideal locations for new stores.

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Navistar’s Parts business has also launched a new online parts ordering option powered by RepairLink. Navistar says it is the first commercial OEM to leverage this parts ordering platform. RepairLink is an online connection to order parts from the International Truck and IC Bus dealer network. Navistar’s entire parts catalogue is available for purchase.

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