We have a variety of stock replacement engines. If we can match it, we've got it. If not, we have it in a re-manufactured engine.
Orrville, Ohio (PRWEB) May 08, 2013
As a result of final tier 4 regulations taking effect plus the recent changes to Kubota’s replacement engine standards, new engine costs are on the rise and many engine models will no longer be available. “We're seeing the price for some new engines double depending on the engine package plus many popular models are no longer available from the manufacturer,” says Scott Schlabach. “In most cases, equipment owners now pay a core charge and must return their old engine to be destroyed if they want to purchase a new Kubota industrial replacement engine. In other words, an industrial replacement Kubota engine can only be used to replace another Kubota engine.”
Equipment owners are faced with the challenge of knowing what their options are and how to go about choosing the best one. So when does it make sense to repair or replace an engine? Which is the best option, a new replacement engine or a re-manufactured engine? “With some applications, owners have no choice but to get a new replacement engine or to purchase a rebuilt engine of same, make and model especially if it fits a specialty application that requires a certain amount of available space for the engine,” says Scott Schlabach. "One of the biggest advantages of choosing a rebuilt engine is faster turnaround time resulting in more up time."
Scott Schlabach goes on to address equipment owners who have older machines. “If a customer’s machine is 10-15 years old, in most cases, the machine is definitely worth repairing. However, if the machine has a bunch of hours on it and has been subjected to a harsh environment, it may not be worth repairing. Instead, replacing the equipment may make sense in this situation. We can offer our customers many different options to keep their older equipment well maintained thus extending the equipment’s life.”
Country Sales and Service, LLC stocks a full line of engine parts including cylinder heads and overhaul kits. Parts can be ordered online through their parts store at http://www.kubotapartsdealer.com. In addition to a complete line of parts, the authorized engine dealer also stocks a large inventory of new Kubota (non-Tier 4) replacement engines and re-manufactured Kubota engines to fit many different manufacturers and models for both new and old equipment. If they don’t have an engine in stock, they can completely rebuild a customer’s engine to spec within 7-10 business days.
Free technical support of offered to all customers who purchase either a new or re-manufactured engine through them. All of their re-manufactured engines have been disassembled discarding all worn and damaged parts and completely cleaned. All internal wear items are replaced with 100% OEM Kubota parts by a Certified Kubota Technician to meet Kubota Specifications. Engines are then test run to ensure quality and are backed by a warranty.
– Scott Schlabach, General Manager, Country Sales & Services.
Since 1996, the team at Country Sales and Service LLC in Orrville, Ohio, has helped businesses power new and old equipment. As an authorized Kubota Parts and Service Center, they stock and sell all Kubota and OEM Kubota Parts. To speak to an experienced technician, call toll-free at 888-735-2710.