Jasper Offers Line of Remanufactured Automatic and Standard Transmissions

Jasper Offers Line of Remanufactured Automatic and Standard Transmissions

The automobile transmission... probably the scariest part in your vehicle. You've heard all the horror stories about the cost and headaches associated with transmission problems and have dreaded the day when it might happen to you.

The automobile transmission… probably the scariest part in your vehicle. You’ve heard all the horror stories about the cost and headaches associated with transmission problems and have dreaded the day when it might happen to you.

Well, presumably because you’re here, that day has come. But you can relax. Jasper’s remanufactured automatic and standard transmissions are designed for your peace of mind. You don’t have to worry about taking your tranny in to be rebuilt and watching the bill grow as more and more parts need to be machined or replaced. You don’t have to comb the junkyards for a used transmission, or trust your fate to a rebuilt transmission or one of those 30-day warranty transmissions.

Instead, you can purchase a completely remanufactured JASPER transmission and get back on the road worry-free. You can get a price online, and then find a Jasper installer in your area. We’ll ship your reman transmission right to the Installer you’ve chosen, all ready to drop in to your vehicle with no guesswork.

Jasper also offers a full line of transfer cases for both 4-wheel drive and all wheel drive applications. Most popular models are in stock for immediate availability and come with a 36-month/75,000-mile Nationwide Transferable Warranty — Parts and Labor. Off-road applications receive an 18-month/75,000-mile parts and labor warranty.

For fleets and heavy-duty users, Jasper offers a full range of medium- and heavy-duty transmissions — five speeds up to 20 speeds — for such manufacturers as Clark, Eaton, Fuller, Mack, Meritor (Rockwell), Muncie, TTC (Spicer) and ZF. Heavy-duty transfer cases are also available.

For additional information on products offered by Jasper Engines & Transmissions, visit www.jasperengines.com.

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