Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between rebuilt and remanufactured?
Engine rebuilds differ from remanufactured engines in a few key ways, although they are similar. Rebuilding an engine typically consists of inspecting, cleaning and replacing only exhausted parts. Parts that are still in workable condition are reused versus a complete replacement.
Rebuilt engines are still excellent machines but the quality varies from component to component. Additionally, the judgement of person inspecting the engine for wear can be subjective in nature. New OEM parts are either produced to the same production standards as the original engine or are replaced with newer model parts, thus making the reman diesel engine more efficient than before. Quality control standards ensure the reman engine performs as well or better than it did when it rolled off the assembly line for the first time.
Remanufactured engines are significantly more cost effective than buying a new engine. We save our customers on average 48% the cost of a new engine.
Fisher Power Supply, LLC Reman Cost – $12,500
Average Cost for New Engine – $26,000
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