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PWC parts supplier debuts new Web site

SBT Jetski Engines, Parts and Accessories recently launched a revamped Web site.

The site includes a unique search-by-make-or-model feature, according to the Clearwater, Fla.-based supplier specializing in rebuilt parts.

The site now offers a search-by-make-and-model feature that allows customers to pull up all the parts offered for a watercraft by simply entering in the make, year and model of the craft.

"Our goal was to make the Web site a technical resource for the mechanic or do-it-yourselfer," said Greg Pickren, SBT's founder and owner. "With over 2,000 PWC parts in stock, we knew it was important to focus on making the shopping experience quick and easy and designed in such a way as to reduce the risk of the customer buying the wrong parts."

"The Web site continues to be rich in content with technical videos, technical articles, a 24/7 technical support forum, and lots of other resources for both the professional mechanic and the do-it-yourselfer," said SBT technical manager Tom Vansickle.

Click here to visit the new site.

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