The Heavy-Duty Parts Report

Rebuilding a Diesel Engine with Bill Mirth of IPD

September 02, 2019 Season 1 Episode 10
The Heavy-Duty Parts Report
Rebuilding a Diesel Engine with Bill Mirth of IPD
Chapters
00:00:00
Intro
00:01:10
Who is IPD?
00:01:57
What do you consider when rebuilding an engine?
00:04:41
How clean does the shop need to be when doing a rebuild?
00:05:19
Original Equipment Parts vs. Aftermarket Parts
00:09:45
What is IPD's warranty process like?
00:12:02
What is the difference between engines now and 20-years ago?
00:12:55
What makes IPD better than other enginge part manufacturers?
00:19:26
The one mistake people keep making
The Heavy-Duty Parts Report
Rebuilding a Diesel Engine with Bill Mirth of IPD
Sep 02, 2019 Season 1 Episode 10
Bill Mirth
Learn how to buy the right replacement parts when rebuilding a diesel engine which will lower your cost-per-mile.
Show Notes Chapter Markers

Episode 10: Have you ever been faced with an expensive repair bill? It is very stressful and having to decide whether to rebuild an engine is one of the most expensive repairs decisions you will face.   

To help us understand when you should rebuild an engine and what the best options are for engine parts I would like to introduce you to Bill Mirth, Director of Business Development at IPD. 

Bill spent 20-years at Federal-Mogul in their Powertrain Division and now is responsible for the leadership and coordination of all sales activities at IPD in America.

To learn more about IPD go to IPDParts.com.

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Who is IPD?
What do you consider when rebuilding an engine?
How clean does the shop need to be when doing a rebuild?
Original Equipment Parts vs. Aftermarket Parts
What is IPD's warranty process like?
What is the difference between engines now and 20-years ago?
What makes IPD better than other enginge part manufacturers?
The one mistake people keep making
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