Ground Shipping prices within the the USA
Whether you ship your engine to us for
remanufacture or we ship on an exchange basis, shipping is $97.50 each way for
engines under 364 cubic inches and $122.50 for eight cylinder gasoline engines over
364 cubic inches to business locations or terminals in the United
States except the following Eastern and Western states . *CA,
NV, ID, MT, WY, UT, AZ add $45 to shipping price above. WA, OR add $75, Oahu add
$295. Guam add $395 . Buying outright is OK with us. Just add the core
time estimates for USA and possessions
are just estimates. E-S-T-I-M-A-T-E-S
Freight is shipped
nonexpedited which means they can take up to a month to lose it find it, lose it
and find it again. Want a tracking number? Don't
bug us about a tracking number until it's 5 days overdue past the figures below.
25 minutes on hold and four long distance phone calls to find out an engine is
on a truck is silly.
it's 5 d-a-y-s o-v-e-r-d-u-e
us and we'll get right on it.
To estimate the total number of days it will
take for the engine to be trucked to us, for us to custom remanufacture it, and
then ship it back to you, double the number of days listed below next to your
state, then add 5 days for remanufacturing time**.
Alaska 7 -14
British Colombia 5.5
New Hampshire 3.4
New Mexico 3.6
New York 3.0
North Carolina 3.1
Puerto Rico 7.0
Rhode Island 3.4
South Dakota 2.8
West Virginia 2.7
~estimates!! Remember Tom Hanks in
Engine Ocean and Air Shipping outside the USA
Returning an old engine core
from overseas is is generally not cost effective so pricing estimates below are
Competing against engine
builders world wide we try to get the best prices on remanufactured engine shipping, however, prices
quoted here and via e-mail are strictly estimates. Since we will try to ship
planet wide, on a planet where every bureaucrat has their hand out and every
little burg has a fee and a permit, the customer assumes responsibility for any
and all unforseen additional expenses and risk. Like the time the island float
plane got a hernia. Costs incurred in returning an engine back to us for
incorrect application or warranty repairs or anything else, for that matter, are
not covered. This includes bills for Bolivian pack mule saddle blisters and lost
income from the Alaskan gold mine sluice pumps. Whatever. However, insurance is
available that covers estimated shipping costs in the event of a defective
engine warranty claim or incorrect application. The price is 25% of the
estimated round trip cost and must be paid in advance.
Phone or e-mail most of your questions at once and tell us right up front
what seaport you want it sent. The Euro method of using 25 e-mails for 25
questions just causes problems. If we don't feel the European customer knows
what he wants, or he cannot communicate it to us, we may refuse to make the
sale. If you send 10 e-mails in two different languages, there will be five
different interpreters and a couple of hundred misunderstandings.
It is a big plus for you to have an English speaking technically minded guy
helping you with the order on the phone.
Costs. You must pick it up at a seaport or airport terminal now. Most
problems used to arise during the land portion on the other end. Ocean USUALLY runs between $450 and
$600 USD with the ocean portion being very reasonable. If you are handling
the overseas part, estimated land transport to American ocean ports
for export on a treated export pallet is $147.50 for East Coast, $197.50 West
Big heavy engines are more
expensive to ship than than light small ones. Engine crating for overseas used
to be $85, temporarily, it's free.
Rule of thumb has air freight at about double the cost of ocean freight.
How to send
us your engine for remanufacturing
1. Get a skid at least as pretty as this one. If you buy one, don't pay more than $6.
2. Now you don't have to be this fancy to strap your core engine down but it sure makes it easy. This set of four came from Sam's Club and was about $13. We will send them back with the fresh engine.
Dog chain works too.
3. It might be a good idea to nail some two-by fours around the block so it doesn't slide around under the straps. Oh, yeah. Don't forget to get ALL the oil and water out of the engine before it goes on the truck.
4. Call us the day before the engine can be ready first thing in the morning.
The truck almost always picks up the next day or same day if you call early enough.
5. Now, you have to get the engine-on-the skid and on the 48 inch tall truck bed using one of four methods.
A. Forklift from a truck dock. (ha! Fat chance)
B. If you still have the cherry-picker, chain fall or come-along, use that. (lift from the engine block or heads with the skid dangling)
C. You might call the local trucking terminal to see if they have a lift gate truck available but be prepared to pay extra for the special treatment.
D. Use a skid made of upsidasium.
One way or another, get it on the back of a pickup truck and take it to the local terminal so a forklift can easily remove it
If it makes it any easier to handle, it's OK to remove the cylinder heads. Just make sure we get ALL the longblock parts. It's just as important to not send us anything extra either as we may assume you don't want it anymore and we will throw it away.
There are significant advantages to having your own engine remanufactured.
1. Save fifty bucks off of our regular longblock prices.
2. No core deposit assessed like there is with exchange engines.
3. It ends the search.
Twenty years ago there was a handful of different engines to put into America's cars. Modern manufacturing has brought rapid mid year improvements, imports and variations resulting in the thousands. There is a need for so many different engines that no single company can have them all or even most of them.
4. We can make absolutely certain that what we sell you fits perfectly in your car or truck. Mid year production changes and many different minor differences make engine ordering somewhat risky. Sometimes Vin codes seem to be just a general guideline. Older cars can have absolutely
anything under the hood other than what they should have. For example: In 1997 a previous owner of your 1988 car had a 1983 junkyard engine installed. If you order a 1988 engine for your 1988 car by mistake you will find out that it doesn't fit. The unpleasant truth is that there is a whole bunch of ways to make the wrong engine sorta fit or kinda work.
5. We can help diagnose the primary cause of engine failure and other secondary causes of internal damage. (So you or your mechanic can keep it from happening again…
Cuz, really folks, most engines don't die on their own from wear. They die from transmission torque converter ballooning and from leaking fuel injectors flooding cylinders and from defective E.G.R valves and from excessively lean carburetors
and contaminated oil coolers and from clogged catalytic converters and filters.
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