Dodge Magnum 5.9L

2001 #DodgeMagnum #360 ready to be delivered #barnettesengines #v8engine

New casting cylinder heads installed and ready for valve covers!

Roller camshaft with new lifter just waiting to be installed 👍🏼

All and all this Chrysler 360 engine was a simple, nice stock rebuild. Check out more builds at www.barnettesengines.com

Engine Installation Issues

When a customer/mechanic screams about how you built a bad engine and you pop the head off and see this🤔…..old bits of valve seats from a dirty old intake manifold they tried to “clean” yet you told them to replace or this would happen 🤷‍♂️ #SMH #BarnettesEngines #MachineShopLife

Women in the Industry

Barnettes’s Remanufactured Engines is extremely proud of Bridgette Fitzgerald and her write up in Engine Builder Magazine. She puts in a lot of hard work to keep Barnette’s running as it should, but she doesn’t do it alone. From disassembly and cleaning to our machinists, techs and sales staff, we have a pretty good team. Barnettes’s Engines offers longblock engine assemblies, individual machine work and internal engine parts. Make Barnettes’s Remanufactured Engines your one stop shop for all of your automotive machine shop needs. Give us a call today 877-625-6878 Check is out on social media too for new engine builds, specific machine work and specials @barnettesengines

Who is Barnette’s Remanufactured Engines?

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Ever wonder what goes on at an automotive machine shop?

Click here to check out some of our products and machine work!

From trash to treasure. Barnette’s Remanufactured Engines can take an engine core and bring it back to life.  At Barnettes Engines, we build longblock engines back to factory specifications. We also do machine work on individual engine pieces like connecting rods, cylinder heads and crankshafts. With full automotive machine shop capabilities, Barnettes Engines is your one-stop-ship for engine machine work and internal engine parts!

 

 

Preparing Vehicles for a Hurricane

As Hurricane Florence is fast approaching prepare your home and securing necessary items is essential, but what about your vehicle? Depending on where you live, tidal flooding from storm surges is a way of life, but when a major storm is predicted to hit your area extra precautions should be take. No body want to deal with a totaled car on top of other strom related damages.

 Take Out All Important Documents

  • Registration 
  • Insurance
  • State Inspection receipt
  • Service records

Store them in a safe place where
they can’t get damaged. Replacing many of these documents can be a
tedious and drawn-out affair. If you lose your insurance documents, for
example, this will make the claim process even more difficult.

Park Your Car in a Safe Location

  • Inside a garage
  • Next to a large building

A building can help to shield
the car from strong winds and debris.

*Make sure to never park your car next to any power lines or below a tree, since branches can easily fall and damage it.

Make Sure It Has Adequate Fuel.

Do this as far ahead of time
as possible. If a severe hurricane strikes an area or is about to,
reaching a gas station can prove to be extremely difficult, not to
mention will also consist of long lines. Plus, supply routes may be cut
off, meaning that fuel might be in scarce supply. Always make sure that
you have as close to a full tank as possible.

Another thing that you can do is to fill up a couple of extra gas cans as well just to be on the safe side.

Be Aware of Your Insurance Coverage

  • Take pictures (interior and exterior) of your vehicle
  • Have a copy of your insurance car in a safe place.
  • in most cases, comprehensive coverage is needed to cover the hurricane-related damage, not just collision coverage.

It’s always a good idea
to be 100% certain that your auto insurance policy provides coverage for
any hurricane damage ahead of the storm.

Inspect your vehicle

Make sure that your vehicle operates properly by testing as many things
as you can think of. All lights, power features, and, especially,
start-up need to be in working order should you have to evacuate. It’s
also wise to top off all fluids, such as oil and antifreeze.