Remanufactured V6 Crate Engines

A brand new V6 crate engine from JEGS is just what you need to breathe new life into your project. S10s, Blazers, Tahoes, and full-size GM trucks from the early 80s came with this 262 ci V6, and it’s a great engine. Each GM Goodwrench 4.3L 262ci Remanufactured V6 crate engine features a 2-bolt main block with a one-piece nodular crankshaft with powdered metal connecting rods and hypereutectic pistons for ultimate durability.

What Are GM Goodwrench 4.3L 262ci Remanufactured V6 Crate Engine Common Pros and Cons?

GM Goodwrench guarantees each remanufactured engine with a three-year/100,000-mile warranty. It is one of the many reasons professional mechanics choose factory-remanufactured engines, but the price is the main drawback to going this route.

Which GM Goodwrench Remanufactured V6 Crate Engines Are Best?

The LU3 is the newest and best of the bunch. The 4.3L 262ci remanufactured V6 crate engine from JEGS help keep your truck on the road for many more years to come. The 262ci V6 saw years of trouble-free service used in various trucks and vans.

How Much Do GM Goodwrench 4.3L 262ci Remanufactured V6 Crate Engines Cost?

Around $2,500 will get you a GM Goodwrench remanufactured engine from JEGS. This is a great price for a quality engine backed by a three-year warranty.