Probe’s promise to provide the complete power package is taken a step further by the best aftermarket support. Probe provides repair kits, a repair workshop, and even remanufactured parts, to make sure that clients save money and get the parts they need without skimping on quality.
It’s no secret that heavy-duty starters come with a hefty price tag. So what do you do when you find your expensive purchase is out of warranty? It might make sense to look at repairing rather than replacing. Sometimes the problem could be just a worn-down brush, easily fixed. Probe’s simple Heavy Duty Repair Kits are affordable and convenient. Depending on the starter motor, it includes 2 to 4 bushes, 1 or 2 sets of a four-brush set, and 2 to 3 bearings. The kit also comes with seals, bushes and welsh plugs. Just by fixing or replacing a specific piece, you could help get your starter motor back to proper performance, without spending a fortune.
When your problem needs a bit more than a repair kit, it might be time to visit Probe’s workshop for help. Situated just behind Probe’s head office in Germiston, the workshop team is ready to lend hand and go that extra mile. If it’s starters, alternators or fan hubs for trucks, we are able to assist.
The workshop team also remanufactures parts which is a really cost-effective solution. This is especially true for older heavy-duty vehicles, as it may be difficult to access new parts.
Remanufacturing starts with finding and buying old starters and alternators from customers and the market. The workshop team then disassembles these into their core parts. They’re thoroughly cleaned, they’re reassembled and finally built up to the exact specifications of the original manufactured product. But they come with a competitive price tag, so you’re getting the quality, without the price.
As well as providing a cost-effective solution, remanufacturing is good for the environment. It helps reduce waste and preserves our natural resources. Now for Probe and our customers, that’s a win-win.