The name Allison is well recognized by mechanics, junkyard owners and service centers that specialize in transmission sales and repairs.
Jacksonville, Florida (PRWEB) November 10, 2013
The development of automotive transmissions has changed over the past several decades by automakers in the U.S. General Motors recently sold its main transmission building company and motor vehicle owners can find it more difficult to locate replacements. The Got Transmissions company is now selling GM based Allison transmissions in used condition at http://gottransmissions.com.
These builds are now expected to provide an expanded resource for transmission buyers who cannot find Allison units in a local auto parts retail supply store or by using local distributors. Most of the GM owned Allison gearboxes that were produced were used in medium-duty and heavy-duty applications.
The Got Transmissions units that are now being sold include the automotive units that feature motorhome, bus and standard automobile gearboxes. These previously owned builds are part of the secondary inventory that is now being featured directly through the company website for consumers to access.
"The name Allison is well recognized by mechanics, junkyard owners and service centers that specialize in transmission sales and repairs," said a sales associate for the GotTransmissions.com company.
The existing General Motors replacement transmissions inventory that is currently featured at the Got Transmissions website features non-Allison builds to provide a more expanded range for buyers. Most of the GM brands that remain in use in the U.S. can be found by browsing the search system installed for research online.
"Secondary market buyers who cannot find a replacement using a combination of offline or online resources can depend on our website to locate the late model or vintage gearboxes," the sales associate said.
The Got Transmissions company is featuring a two-year limited warranty policy for all of the preowned GM-Allison transmissions that are now featured in stock. These used condition assemblies are protected for most OEM parts applications and exact warranty details can be viewed using the company website.
The GotTransmissions.com company provides used condition transmission units that include automaker builds and third party manufacturers for reduced prices online and by telephone ordering. This company has trained its service staff to provide immediate customer assistance when requested by auto parts consumers. The GotTransmissions.com company prices all of its transmission units below the average dealer retail price that many consumers find when researching replacement automotive gearbox units on the Internet. The search tools that are now provided online seek to offer a resourceful method of research for all buyers of replacement auto parts.