Factory Re-Manufactured Transmissions

Brickyard Transmission – The Consumers Choice for OE-Quality Remanufactured Transmissions

So you need to replace your transmission. Let’s face it: this is a major repair, and it’s not something you want to be doing again next year, or worse, in a few months. Transmissions are just not a thing you want to experiment with or try to make do with the cheapest you can find. That approach could easily end up costing you much more – and not just in the wallet, but in time and general misery as well.

Our goal here at Brickyard Transmission is to make it easy for our customers to get the highest quality transmissions without paying outrageous prices and/or winding up burned in a few months by the failure of a sketchy rebuild. And believe it, this happens all the time. We prefer to provide REAL value by delivering the best solution when you’re faced with transmission failure. And the best solution is nearly always a factory re-manufactured transmission.

IN THE BEGINNING…

To begin the process of building any great transmission, you must have a lot of rebuildable core. We’ve built strong relationships directly with auto recyclers across the US, enabling us to obtain rebuildable core transmissions at extremely competitive prices.  In addition, our relationships with these auto recyclers give us access to rare, hard-to-find cores as well. Because of these relationships and direct purchasing agreements, this reduces our cost(s) to our customer. Good for you!

THE BEST PEOPLE

Our years of experience and extensive knowledge in the industry assures that every transmission is remanufactured the RIGHT way. We operate as an assembly line-type facility with an extremely talented crew working to ensure that all units are built with the best techniques possible. Our team members have years of experience and aren’t just some gearheads we found on the internet looking for a job. For example, one of our line supervisors has been building transmissions for over 30 years. Plus, each of his line builders has well over 10 years experience. Now back to the assembly…

THE BEST MATERIALS

All units are assembled by our experts using only the highest quality parts available. We work with our customers and build teams to critique and press our suppliers to always work towards improvement in the parts we use. We also work diligently towards process improvements of our own to, again, produce the best transmission possible.

THE BEST QUALITY CONTROL

The 3 most important words in our quality control process? Testing, Testing Testing. Testing is essential to providing a transmission that works at the time of installation and for a lifetime to come.  All our units are tested in multiple phases of the build process to ensure product quality. We currently have both gas and electric dynamometers in our factory. And, we are extremely excited for the arrival of our newest 2017 model dyno to replace our last gas dyno. We hate to see “Old Faithful” fade into retirement. I’m sure we’re still keep it around as a back-up.

We also have an internal research and development department located upstairs at our main manufacturing center. In this department, we operate as a basic installation and repair center. Here’s the difference… We have actual test vehicles that we swap transmissions in/out to learn “better ways” and help with problem diagnosis. If we see a repeating issue on a particular type of transmission family, we will use our test vehicle(s) to try and duplicate the issue. Then we work to figure out ways to improve the issue so our customers don’t have the same problem in the field. Pretty cool…huh?

3-year, 100,000 mile nationwide warranty

After The Sale….

After the sale is when we truly shine. If you need to call us, guess what? There’s a live person on the other end. Believe it or not, you’ll get a living, breathing human being on the phone and not some complicated phone system. We’ve heard it said… “A warranty is only as good as the paper it’s written on”. We still believe in keeping our word and not hiding behind the small print. With a nationwide 3 year warranty…it better be a good transmission.