- Align Hone Blocks
- Balance Crankshafts
- Big Bore Kits, Bore Cylinders and Resleeve Blocks
- Glass Bead and Soda Bead Work
- Hone Cylinders: Torque Plates on V8 Domestic
- Install and Size Kingpin Bushings
- Install Bearings in Hubs
- Install New Seats and Guides, Oversize Seats for Larger Valves
- Install U-Joints
- Magnuflux Blocks and Heads
- Oring SBF and SBC Cylinder Heads
- Performance Work
- Prep Blocks; Heads; Internal Engine Parts
- Press Pistons
- Pressure Test Blocks and Heads
- Rebuild Short Blocks and Long Blocks
- Recondition Connecting Rods
- Resurface Flywheels
- Resurface Headers and Exhaust Manifolds
- Resurface Heads, Blocks and Intake Manifolds
- Three Angle Valve Jobs
- Turn Cranks
- Various Press Work
Bore Engine Block
A bore is the diameter measurement of the cylinders in an engine. When the engine cylinder walls are damaged, the holes must be re-drilled to make them bigger for proper performance. This is referred to as a bored engine. Boring an engine is an economical alternative to buying a new one. By boring the engine block, the engine is reverted to its good running condition. You will now have fewer repair bills, better gas mileage, and overall better performance. To have your engine bored by engine experts, visit or call 386-734-7434 Deland Auto Parts today. Our machine shop has the necessary machinery and staff to bore your car's engine block.
Brake Drum / Rotor Resurfacing
A brake drum/rotor is not meant to last forever. They wear down a little every time you step on the brake pedal. Most modern cars come with thinner rotors to save on weight. Due to their slimness, the rotors wear out faster. For this reason, it is advisable to have the rotors and brake drums resurfaced every time you are replacing the brake pads. Resurfacing is an economical alternative to replacing the rotors/drums with new ones. If your brake rotors/drums have sufficient metal remaining with no hard spots, cracks, severe grooving, or rusting, then resurfacing is a great option. For expert resurfacing services, call 386-734-7434 or visit Deland Auto Parts today.
Check for Cracked Heads
A cracked head is a serious engine problem that can lead to your car breaking down. Even if the car engine won't fail, it will definitely suffer from poor performance. The following are some symptoms of a cracked engine head: oil leaks, low engine compression (engine combustion pressure escapes), coolant leaks (leading to engine overheating), engine head smoke, and engine missing. At Deland Auto Parts, we will have a knowledgeable service professional check for cracked heads on your car's engine.
From time to time, your car will need heavy-duty machine work. You can trust the experts at Deland Auto Parts in DeLand, FL 32720. Call us at 386-734-7434 or drop by today.
Press U Joints
A clunking or clicking sound from underneath your car may indicate a worn out universal joint (U joint). A worn U joint can be replaced easily by use of a press machine. First press one side, remove the cap and then press the other side in the same fashion. Although easy, most auto shops do not press U joints due to lack of the necessary machinery and expertise. At Deland Auto Parts's machine shop, we have the necessary press machines and qualified staff to press your car's U joints.
Press Wheel Bearings
At Deland Auto Parts's machine shop, we will handle all your wheel bearing needs with our high-tech press machines. Call us at 386-734-7434 or visit us in DeLand, FL 32720 today.
Head shaving, also known as milling is the process of ensuring that the head is flat and true when changing a head gasket. Milling the heads ensures that you get a perfect seal. When changing head gaskets, let the machine shop inspect the head and tell you if it needs milling. At Deland Auto Parts, we will inspect your heads, determine whether they need milling, and shave them. Call us today or visit our machine shop in DeLand, FL 32720.
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