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Why Consider Purchasing Remanufactured Engines?

Three major considerations make reman components more appealing to buyers than other options. These include: 

Quality – When you buy a Chevy, Ford, Jeep or GMC remanufactured engine from Fraser Engines, you are receiving the highest quality in the industry. 

Price – Where price is concerned, reman components are hands-down more affordable than crate engines. 

Expertise – At, our expert staff will help ensure that you get the right information and engine for your vehicle, whether you drive a Ford, Chevy, Jeep, GMC or another type of vehicle.

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Fraser is one of the largest providers of remanufactured engines and transmissions in the United States

Since 1961, Fraser Engines and Transmissions has been providing the highest quality replacement engines, transmissions, differentials, and transfer cases.

  • MATCH or BEAT Any Competitive Pricing
  • Sell What We Manufacture
  • Multiple Manufacturing Partners Nationwide
  • 5-Star Rated Warranty Staff
  • 27 Warehouse Locations Around the Nation


Remanufactured Engines – Quality, Price and Excellence

Engines suffer from myriad sources of wear and tear that can eventually destroy them. While a properly maintained engine might last hundreds of thousands of miles, a poorly maintained one can and will fail. When engine failure occurs, there are several choices, including buying a crate engine or considering Chevy, Ford, Jeep or GMC remanufactured engines. The most cost-effective solution is to choose a remanufactured engine. A Chevy, Ford, Jeep or GMC remanufactured engine is one that has been fully disassembled and rebuilt from the ground up. Don’t confuse a rebuilt engine with one that’s been remanufactured. Remanufacturing is done with precision at a factory, and involves fully disassembling the entire engine, cleaning all the components and resurfacing or replacing parts that are not in good condition. Pistons are replaced, cylinders are bored out and then everything is reassembled with precision computer equipment before performance testing occurs. At, we take considerable pride in ensuring that service centers, mechanic shops and individual consumers always receive the highest quality components. That holds true for our GMC, Ford, Jeep and Chevy remanufactured engines as well.


These engines are remanufactured with the highest quality parts available including:

  • new camshaft

  • valve springs

  • lifters

  • pushrods

  • oil pump

  • pistons

  • piston rings

  • connecting rod bearings

  • main bearings

  • cam bearings

  • timing chain

  • timing gears

  • reconditioned cylinder heads and gaskets


100% visual inspection, sorting and grading of core during tear down.

100% magnaflux inspection of all blocks for cracks.

100% air gauging of all cylinder bores for diameter and roundness after final honing operation.

All crank main bearing bores and all cylinder bores measured for diameter and distortion.

Coolant passageways – All engine assemblies quantified for water jacket, head gasket, and casting leakage using pressure decay testing.

Oil passageways – All engine assemblies quantified for oil gallery, gasket, and casting leakage using pressure decay testing.

Sims Testing – All engines are cold motored and checked and measured for proper torque to turn, cylinder compression, oil flow, oil pressure as well as audibly monitored for any unusual noises. All sealed units are tested for oil and coolant leaks.

One block per engine family is laid out daily and checked for all critical and high impact characteristics as defined in our control plans. These measurements include surface finishes, surface flatness and cylindricity.


Return shipping on core included (for customers in the contiguous US only).


5 years/100,000 miles
5 years/Unlimited miles

3 years/100,000 miles
3 years/Unlimited miles

2 years/24,000 miles

1 year/12,000 miles 

3 months for stationary/agricultural/industrial applications

1 year for Marine applications

3 years/100,000 miles for 1/2 ton thru 3/4 ton Class B & C Motorhomes

2 years/24,000 miles for 1 ton Class B & C Motor Homes

6 months/12,000 mile (Parts Only) for Class A Motor Homes.

*Terms and Restrictions Apply. Call for Details.