AP Exhaust Catalytic Converters, Mufflers and Exhaust Pipes
AP Exhaust Technologies manufactures a complete line of automotive, light truck and heavy-duty exhaust and emissions products. Founded in 1927, our roots reach back to the very beginnings of the automotive exhaust system business 90 years ago. We have continued a tradition of providing high quality mufflers, exhaust pipes and catalytic converters to our commercial customers and auto service professionals.
AP designs and tests products to exacting standards. Our manufacturing techniques ensure that accurate and reliable components are built every day. Continuous research for product improvements has resulted in numerous patented designs throughout the years. As a leader in exhaust product coverage, AP develops and releases nearly 500 new part numbers each year.
Our focus is to exceed the customer’s expectations with superior products, coverage, and delivery every time. Representing all segments of the market, the AP family of brands includes ten leading exhaust and emissions brands, including AP Exhaust, ANSA Import Exhaust, and AP Heavy Duty, now at Arch Auto Parts.
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Before You Ruin Another Catalytic Converter Catalytic converters turn harmful pollutants into more environmentally friendly gases and frequently outlive their warranties. So, why do catalytic converters fail? Put simply, it usually isn’t their fault. [...]
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