FAQ | Frequently Asked Questions
Our most frequently asked questions
We are headquartered out of Miami, FL and have distribution centers situated strategically around the country for fast delivery. You can see our shipping network here: Locations
Our headquarters is located at:
Diesel Rebuild Kits
13091 SW 133 Court
Miami, FL 33186
We sell high-quality parts, manufactured by reputable US companies like Interstate McBee, Mahle-Clevite, Federal Mogul (FP Diesel), CTP, IPD, Maxiforce and KMP among many others. We also carry OEM Detroit Diesel, MTU, Cummins, & Caterpillar parts.
Most of the parts carry a two year manufacturer’s warranty. Warranty documents available upon request
Depending on your location, in most cases we can have parts to you no later than 72 hours from the moment you place your order. Sometimes that turn-around time can be as little as 24-48 hours! There are some exceptions though and you must contact us in order to know exactly how much lead time your particular situation requires.
We accept all major credit cards, PayPal, Wire Transfer, Cashier’s Check, Money Order & Cash
While we do not offer financing directly, we do work with partners like Affirm & PayPal Credit which have excellent programs you can utilize to purchase parts with us with very favorable credit terms. Payment options through Affirm are subject to an eligibility check and are provided by these lending partners: affirm.com/lenders
As long as you have contacted us and provided us with your engine serial # or other information necessary to identify your parts you should be fine.
Typically you can find the engine serial on the valve cover of the engine. Another way of determining your serial # is to call the maker of the truck with your vin # and request the serial from them.
During the life of a diesel engine, internal components become worn and start to fail causing excessive blow-by, loss of power and compression, oil consumption and overall tired and inefficient operation. This de-evolution and degradation of performance is inevitable and will eventually require the engine be stripped down and reassembled with new components. It is better to be preemptive and do this with anticipation and planning as opposed to putting it off and finding yourself broken down on the highway with a load.
Throughout an engine’s life, there is a chance that the engine was repaired or overhauled at some point. As most engine serial numbers used to identify the engine are located on metallic plates; these plates tend to wear and in some cases becomes illegible. In other cases, parts such as the valve cover are changed without the repair shop removing the old identification plate and installing it on the new one. It is good practice to locate the serial number that is stamped on the cylinder block to prevent mis-identification of the engine.