When it comes to running a highly profitable diesel engine repair shop, staying one step ahead of your competition is critical to success. With profit margins shrinking and customer demands becoming more and more complex, vendors are constantly searching for ways to cut costs and streamline operations without having to sacrifice the quality of their service. Though this has proved to be a difficult task for a lot of repair shops, many are discovering that making the switch from OEM parts to remanufactured components may be the answer, and Highway and Heavy Parts (HHP) is helping them do that.
One particular part that HHP provides that’s helped repair shops increase profits has been remanufactured fuel injectors. Many engine manufacturers will guarantee fuel injectors on new pieces of equipment but what about when one needs to be replaced on an engine that’s out-of-warranty?
One option is to simply order a reconditioned part from the original manufacturer, add a small mark-up and make a small profit. Another --more intelligent option -- is to order a remanufactured injector (with a better warranty) that meets all the specifications of your engine at half the price of the OEM. By choosing this option, you have the flexibility to lower your end-user price below the competition, market your services as the more cost-effective option and still make a significant profit – all without sacrificing quality.
HHP’s Remanufactured Injectors Compared to the Competition
HHP offers a wide range of remanufactured fuel injectors that cover many of the major diesel engine manufacturers on the market today. From CAT and Cummins, to Detroit Diesel and Navistar, their extensive catalogue of parts includes injectors that meet the specifications of virtually any diesel engine model ever released.
HHP’s goal is to provide customers with after-market parts that possess the same level of reliability and dependability that you would expect from of a brand new component. As a result, all of the fuel injectors that they carry aren’t just rebuilt -- they’re remanufactured. The most important part to note that is new every time is the injectors solenoid. If the solenoid fails, the injector fails. Many rebuilders don’t install new every time because it jumps up the sell price. The problem with this is that a solenoid either tests good or bad. It may be good when it is assembled but fail a week after it installed. There is no way to know how long it will last. Here’s what HHP puts new into every injector:
In addition to their high performance, all remanufactured fuel injectors come with a same-as-new warranty. In many instances, HHP’s warranties exceed those of the original manufacturer, so you can be sure you’re getting the best possible value on the market.
For more information on fuel injectors or any other diesel engine components from Highway and Heavy Parts (HHP), you can visit their website www.highwayandheavyparts.com or call them toll free at (855) 447-7278 to speak with one of their qualified professionals. HHP specializes in rebuild kits, cylinder heads, camshafts, crankshafts, fuel injectors, turbochargers, and gasket sets for diesel engines. Coverage includes: Caterpillar, Cummins, Detroit Diesel and International engines for On-highway, Off-highway, Marine, Power Generation and Natural Gas Markets.