Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Auto Body Parts TX | Auto Parts TX | Used Transmissions TX

Used Transmissions TX
It's All about Finding Great Used Auto/Truck Transmissions! Do you hate wasting all your work time running from salvage yard to wrecking yard trying to find a good replacement transmission? How would you like to let your fingers do the walking instead of your feet? Then Plano Used Transmissions Store is the place for you. 

1 year Warranty on Used Auto Transmissions TX! Do you hate to spend all that money and not know if it will break down 5 days after you installed it? We know how it feels when a used  engines TX doesn't work right. Not only are you out all your work and time in acquiring that used engine but you have to do it all and pay for it all over again. Well, not so with Plano Used Transmissions.

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Auto Parts longbeach | Auto Body Parts longbeach | Truck Parts longbeach

Auto Body Parts Longbeach

The largest Long Beach auto parts store serving the greater Long Beach area for over three decades. Long Beach wholesale store carries a gigantic inventory of auto body parts, lights, wheels, engines, motors, transmissions & transaxles for most cars and trucks! 

Long Beach's best online auto parts store for certified LKQ California, CA used car parts longbeach  and truck parts. highest standard network features over 40 MILLION used parts and accessories for late model import and domestic vehicles.

Friday, 2 March 2012

Truck Engines | Rebuilt Engines

Diesel engines have been around for a long time and you would think the American automaker could design and build a good one, and they have, with two exceptions, the General Motors 6.2 and 6.5 iterations. When they came out with this one, there was not near enough testing done for aspects like longevity.  It has been found that these auto engines are not capable of withstanding the high compression and torque a diesel produces.

The most common fuels in use today are made up of hydrocarbons and are derived from petroleum. These include the fuels known as diesel, gasoline and liquified petroleum gas. Most internal combustion engines designed for gasoline can run on natural gas or liquified petroleum gases without modifications, except for the fuel delivery components. Liquid and gaseous biofuels of adequate formulation can also be used. Some have theorized that in the future hydrogen might replace such fuels.