Rebuilt Transmissions by Ford, Chevy, Dodge and Jeep Lowered in Price at

Charlotte, North Carolina (PRWEB) July 06, 2012

Rebuilt transmissions or used transmissions are the two most popular choices for transmissions that are selected as a lower priced replacement. The cost of a new transmission could be out of the financial reach of the average person that is without any type of automobile insurance coverage. One transmission retailer online is now making these auto parts more affordable for businesses and individual buyers. has now lowered its pricing for a Ford, Chevy, Dodge or Jeep transmission sold from its website. This new price change is designed to help small businesses like salvage yards or junkyards that prefer to buy these auto parts in multiple quantities to maintain adequate inventory levels. The new lower pricing is expected to remain in effect permanently through the close of 2012.

The development of the automatic transmission changed the way that vehicles were built forever. Ford and Chevy’s introduction of the electronic transmission control components in the late 1980s helped forge new ground for the way that shifting was controlled. Many of the classic chains and gears were removed and replaced with electromechanical parts. This manufacturing innovation continues to this day and every major U.S. automaker has transmission plants or participates in outsourcing transmission building to low wage countries.

“Our inventory includes manual, automatic, electronic shift technologies and improved torque converter transmissions,” said Grayson Miller, Warehouse Supervisor for “Over 70 percent of our business is to the salvage or junkyard industries to help keep used cars and trucks on the road for longer periods of time,” Miller added.

A driver that owns a brand new vehicle likely has transmission coverage that is included in a standard power train warranty. The delicate nature of transmission gears and electronics is one reason that automakers extend coverage to help protect against sudden failure. A person that owns a used or newer preowned vehicle might find that the price of a transmission replacement can cost more than the actual value of the vehicle.

From new parts to mechanic installation, replacing or swapping out gearboxes and electronics can become expensive. The rebuilt transmissions that are now priced lower at can be one alternative that a body shop, mechanic or average driver can use in an effort to keep replacement costs as low as possible.


A used transmission that maintains OEM quality and a low price is what was built on when it opened its warehouse doors in 2009. In just three short years, this rebuilt transmission retailer has expanded its business to carry Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, Jeep, Toyota, Kia and all General Motors brands of transmissions that are produced. A tireless group of company employees and an experienced staff of mechanics help to contribute to the success of this transmission leader on the Internet. The growing trend of buyers demanding rebuilt over used transmissions is giving a boost in annual e-commerce sales for the 2012 fiscal year.

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