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Difference Between Rebuilt, Remanufactured, Crate, and Used Engines

Accurate Engines offers a wide range of engine possibilities for your vehicle:

  • Rebuilt Engines
  • Remanufactured Engines
  • Crate Engines
  • Used Engines

Customers are faced with many challenges in today’s car market. Insurance rates are through the roof and car payments are no better. So if you have a vehicle break down and you are forced to either by a new vehicle or have or engine or transmission remanufactured or replaced – consider your options.

What is the Difference Between Rebuilt Engines and Remanufactured Engines?

Rebuilt Engines vs Remanufactured Engines

Making a choice between a remanufactured engine and a rebuilt engine is really a tough one, and you need to assess and weigh out  all the pros and cons of both types of engines to decide.   You need to be aware about the general things that you should consider before you finally say yes to any of these.

Remanufactured Engines vs Rebuilt Engines

A remanufactured engine is remanufactured to the original blueprints and exact specifications, and is tested to original equipment standards.

A rebuilt engine, the repair is done up to the level of failure. This directly means that the engine has been repaired up to the level of failure for which there was a need of rebuilding; but apart from that, components are left intact. The testing procedure of rebuilt engine depends upon the individual rebuilder from whom you are getting the job done.

Crate Engines

Crate Engines are a bit of an inigma for customers, the assumption is that these are remanufactured or rebuilt but that is indeed not the case. A crate engine is a brand new engine available for late model and older cars and trucks that is basically ready to run upon installation. Many crate engines are used for high-performance applications but they are also available for stock applications.

Used Engines

Used engines are just that, engines that have been previously run in another vehicle comparable to the customers and then is transplanted into that vehicle. These engines usually don’t carry a warranty longer than 30 days and can have high mileage on them to begin with.

Many people go with a used engine due to the cost savings but in the long run this can have a damaging affect as the warranty will run out and leave the owner in a financial bind if something goes wrong relativity soon.

At Accurate Engines we can provide our customers with all the above options.

  • Crate Engines For Sale
  • Rebuilt Engines For Sale
  • Used Engines For Sale
  • Remanufactured Engines For Sale