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GMX goes up the range

3rd May 1986, Page 10
3rd May 1986
Page 10
Page 10, 3rd May 1986 — GMX goes up the range
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• Following the launch of its light commercial exchange engine scheme last year (CM, July 6), General Motors Service Parts Operations has now extended its remanufactured engine range with new units for Bedford TK, TL and TM trucks and PSV models.

The latest GMX engines cover the complete 220, 330 and 500 (Phase I and 11) range and are the only remanufactured units currently approved by GM.

Although each engine is rebuilt to the original specification, wherever possible, each unit will incorporate improvements made since the original engine was introduced.

Forty per cent of all components — including bearings, pistons and rings, gudgeon pins and seals — are replaced regardless of condition.

Cylinder bores are also reground and all sealing surfaces remachined. Camshafts and valves are either reground or replaced and all fuel injection equipment is reconditioned.

All other components are cleaned and inspected and where necessary replaced. The GMX truck and bus engines are available from all Bedford heavy commercial dealers and are covered by a full twelve-month, 19,000km (12,000 miles) warranty.

Prices for the 3.6-litre 220' (TK and TL) are from £1,77( to £2,380, while the 5.4-litre 330D (TK and TL) units are priced between £1,830 to £2,620.

The 8.2-litre 500D Phase I (TM truck and PSV) engines are priced from £2,620 to £2,745, with the Phase If 500D units (IL, TM and PS\/ retailing between .E2,620 to £3,290.


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