Eric Garbe, Author at Engine Builder Magazine - Page 4 of 4
An Engine Builders Tools: Micrometers

A micrometer is considered one of the most accurate measuring tools there is. What makes this so is that the measurement and the reading are on the same axis and the anvil is supported by a very rigid frame.

Calibration Tools – A Measure of Success

It’s all about precision and accuracy, and you rely on your tools and equipment to attain the critical accuracy you need for the quality your customers depend on.

Small Diesels, Orange Barrels and Big Opportunity

It’s really quite simple. Any discussion of the United States infrastructure leads to the fact that it is in dire need of repair. It’s here, it’s all in place, it’s just all old and outdated; the roads, the bridges, all of it.

Automatically Speaking

It’s inevitable, and probably already common that your customers will ask you about rebuilding or building their automatic transmission. For some reason automatics can be intimidating, and most of us can probably cite more bad experiences than good when it comes to rebuilding, so what do you tell your customers when they ask about it?

Circling the Potential of Cylinder Sleeves and Liners

What do cylinder sleeves and a certain rodentary rock band from the ‘80s have in common? You guessed it, the shape. But we’re going to leave the rockin’ to the hair guys and the talkin’ to the car guys, so for the sake of this article, we’ll just be covering the first one.

The Potential in Differential

Is growth part of your business strategy? It comes in a lot of different forms, but when it’s adding a new service offering or product for your customers, it can be nerve-racking at the very least. The additional investment in tools, equipment, training or people weighed against the unknown outcome leaves you holding all the risk, unless there is something that’s a perfect fit.

When it Comes to Stroker Engines – Bigger is Better

The world of hot rods and horsepower commonly utilize the benefits of stroking an engine, and for many performance builders, it’s more commonplace now than ever before.

Inside Wasatch Diesel Performance

I’m a big 6.0 guy,” says Ty Davis, owner of Wasatch Diesel Performance in Salt Lake City, Utah. “I love the 6.0. I think it’s a very good truck engine.”

Selling Internationally

The internet has changed the way we do everything. Cultures are blending and business has transformed into a global market. Make no mistake, taking the step into international sales will require some preparation, but the tools are at your fingertips like they never have been before.