Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 27, 2014
King Ranch is one of the new trim models used by Ford to promote its F350 trucks to truck buyers. A reported change in secondary suppliers by the Got Engines company is now bringing the F350 King Ranch used engines to the company inventory for sale at http://www.gotengines.com/ford/rebuilt-ford-engines.html.
This move to a new group of engine suppliers is providing access to the 6.7 V8 motors used in most F350 vehicles. The acquisition of this larger motor series is one of many completed recently to create a way to find heavy-duty motors in the company inventory. The used King Ranch F350 V8 inventory is now listed on the Got Engines homepage.
"The used engines for sale that any person has access to from our vast inventory includes most varieties from top truck manufacturers," said a seller from the Got Engines website.
The F350 truck development has changed in recent years as dual gasoline and diesel motors are now being used. Support for different fuel technologies has helped to catapult Ford into a sales leader position in the current truck market. All sales for 6.7 used engines online are processed with a warranty.
"The large influx of preowned motors for Ford Company brands now viewable from our open catalog online are currently priced through a virtual delivery tool," said the seller.
Orders for motors placed at the Got Engines website now receive a direct shipping promotion this year. Orders for replacement motors shipped to any U.S. location include the cost of shipping through common long haul carriers as an exclusive bonus.
The GotEngines.com company supports use of its second hand engines database on the Internet to introduce the public to better prices for replacement assemblies. The American partners this company now relies on for fulfillment provide expedited order deliveries. The GotEngines.com company has maintained its status in the used automotive components industry as a top competitor and consumer friendly organization. The customer service options available for customers remain offline as well as online this year.