Detroit, Michigan (PRWEB) May 31, 2012
Ford truck engines can be just as popular as the actual trucks that these engines are placed into. The Ford Motor Company is one of the few automakers that do not design new engines each year. Ford engines that were produced as far back as 25 years ago are often still used in the current lineup of pickup trucks. http://www.gotengines.com, the Ford engine retailer, has now reduced the price of all Ford truck engines as a special incentive to salvage yards, mechanics and body shops that need to find a quality replacement engine online. The new discounted pricing is also available to non-business owners that perform engine swaps or replacements for their own vehicles. In addition to the price discounts, every Ford engine is now shipped free of charge in the continental U.S.
Brand new Ford trucks can come with a variety of different warranties to help provide additional coverage against wear and tear or sudden engine failures. A standard mileage warranty is usually less than 36,000 miles unless someone pays an additional price to extend this warranty coverage. For drivers that do not own new Ford trucks, buying a brand new engine might be an expense that some people cannot afford. Retail price estimates have averaged that a Ford engine that is sold at MSRP can be as high at $ 20,000. Salvage dealers and junkyards have a way of obtaining engines for less than this amount and buying these engines has become a common route for replacement. We sell to hundreds of salvage dealers and junkyards that have a great clientele, said Mike Yarbrough, Warehouse Manager at GotEngines.com. Part of the success that they achieve can be linked to the quality of engines that we provide, Yarbrough added.