Sierra offers engine kits for dealers

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Sierra, a division of Teleflex Marine, has put together Super Kits of the fastest-moving parts for all of the top engine brands to help dealers keep track of inventory.

With Sierra’s new service-shop program, dealers can place one order for a Super Kit for any of six major power brands and be confident they’ll always have the parts they need for standard maintenance and repair jobs, the company said.

“By ordering Super Kits, dealers benefit from Teleflex Marine’s experience in providing parts to thousands of dealers over the years,” Larry Louvier, product manager for Sierra Engine and Drive Parts, said in a statement. “We know the parts dealers order and re-order, and now we’ve made it easier and more profitable than ever for them to have the right parts on hand all the time.”

Sierra Super Kits include an assortment of parts for each of the major engine brands – from water pump impellers to carburetor kits to thermostats and more. When one part is used, a dealer can simply reorder a replacement and keep his kit up to date.

Super Kits are available for Evinrude/Johnson, Mercury, Suzuki and Yamaha outboards, as well as Mercruiser and Volvo sterndrives. Installing Sierra parts will not void the manufacturer’s warranty, the company said.

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