Rebuilt Transmissions from Ford, Chevy, Jeep and Dodge Marked Down Permanently at RebuiltTransmissionsforSale.com

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Rebuilt transmissions from Ford, Chevy, Jeep and Dodge have been marked down permanently by the transmission retailer http://www.rebuilttransmissionsforsale.com. A large shipment of new and old stock transmissions has been acquired and the permanent discount is expected to remain until the spring of 2013 for all transmissions sold.

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It can be difficult to judge the quality of a transmission based on sight alone. The case housings might appear to be similar, but it is what is happening on the inside with delicate parts that makes all the difference.

Rebuilt transmissions are one way that someone experiencing a transmission problem with a vehicle can fix the problem for a reduced price. Both automatic and manual transmissions are produced by every automaker or licensed third parties that supply OEM versions. The transmission retailer, http://www.rebuilttransmissionsforsale.com, has expanded its inventory of Ford, Chevy, Jeep and Dodge transmissions to prepare for the summer and fall seasons when auto parts are at the highest rate of failure. The price for these transmissions is now permanently reduced as an incentive to help mechanics, small body shops and regular vehicle owners save money when purchasing a rebuilt transmission online. This reduction in price is scheduled to last at least until the spring of 2013 when pricing could change due to manufacturing markups.

As automotive technologies are developed, the standard parts that were used 10, 20 or 30 years ago are being phased out in favor of electronic control systems and switches. Some automakers have started to install electronic shift control devices that affect all-wheel and four-wheel drive vehicles. Since electronic sensors have now replaced tension springs, electrical problems can be one reason why a transmission in a fairly new vehicle can fail. A rebuilt transmission is one that has been serviced by a trained mechanic that is certified by each automaker to rebuild automatic and manual versions. “We ship transmissions to every U.S. state and many of our customers are salvage yards, body shops and automotive mechanics,” said Ralph Conway, Inventory Specialist at RebuiltTransmissionsforSale.com. 

The sales of used transmissions still play a role in the secondary auto parts market. These transmissions are usually pull outs from scrap dealers and sold for a fraction of the cost of a rebuilt transmission. The biggest difference between a used transmission and one that is rebuilt is the quality of the internal parts. “It can be difficult to judge the quality of a transmission based on sight alone,” said Michael Roark, Transmission Builder at http://www.rebuilttransmissionsforsale.com. “The case housings might appear to be similar, but it is what is happening on the inside with delicate parts that makes all the difference,” Roark added. As the parts industry continues to evolve and change, companies like RebuiltTransmissionsforSale.com will likely seen an increase in online sales compared with offline sales to customers.

About RebuiltTransmissionsforSale.com

As a premier seller of rebuilt transmissions online, RebuiltTransmissionsforSale.com has built its business reputation by putting quality first instead of soaring profits. First started in 2007, this transmission retailer began by selling to a few automotive dealerships and quickly built its network to hundreds of auto parts businesses around the U.S. With a large warehouse and expertly trained staff, RebuiltTransmissionsforSale.com is now one of the few sellers on the Internet that sells automatic, foreign and manual transmissions at below MSRP to businesses and to average people.

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