March 14, 2012
-- (Las Vegas, Nev.) – EngineQuest®
(EQ®), a leading supplier of stock and performance cylinder heads and engine components, carries one of the largest and most complete replacement head bolt lines in the industry. EQ provides coverage for most popular makes and models, including complete cylinder head bolt sets for AMC, Buick, Chevy, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Geo, Jeep, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Neon, Oldsmobile, Pontiac and Toyota engines.
Every EQ cylinder head bolt kit contains a complete set of head bolts per engine, made to the highest quality standards in the industry. For a complete list of head bolt kit applications from EQ, visit www.enginequest.com, or phone (702) 649-7776.
EngineQuest (EQ) is the engine parts division of A&A Midwest. EQ’s product line includes new, remanufactured and reclaimed engine parts. EQ sources its cores from its sister company, A&A Midwest Cores, which maintains a huge inventory of over 150,000 engines, transmissions and internal parts cores. EQ specializes in manufacturing parts that either make one automotive core work in another application or replace a hard to find or hard to salvage part.
EQ continues to offer new products to help the engine builder solve their manufacturing challenges, including: exhaust manifolds (new and reclaimed), timing covers (largest single line available), harmonic balancers, head bolt sets, crankshafts, stock replacement and performance cylinder heads. EQ parts are available from two national warehouses located in Chicago, Ill., and Las Vegas, Nev. For more information, visit www.enginequest.com.
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A&A Midwest is a comprehensive source for cores, recycling and auto wrecking services. The company also offers engine and transmission hard parts under its EngineQuest and TransmissionQuest divisions. With locations in Chicago and Las Vegas, A&A Midwest has been family owned and operated since 1949 and continues to be known for its outstanding customer service and high degree of integrity. A&A Midwest is one of the largest scrap metal recyclers on the West Coast. The company also operates an auto recycling facility in Blue Island, Ill. For more information, visit www.aamidwest.com