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Remanufactured Engine Mounts and other Car Parts Save Vehicle Owners Time and Money

( Saving owners of classic and exotic vehicles precious time and money on their car parts, Bricon Engineering Group are experts in the remanufacture and repair of ball joints, suspension components, tie rods ends and rubber engine mounts. Bricon Engineering can get your vehicle back on the road quickly with their express service and you only pay up to 1/3 of the price of new parts.

Each component that Bricon works on is carried out to the certifications of the New Zealand Transport Authority (NZTA). All their jobs are double checked to make sure they meet the required standards, and a written certification process tracks every step of the job from start to finish, held on file for future reference.

“We simply have to keep such records on file for every job to comply with the safety standards laid down by the NZTA,” says the owner of Bricon Engineering, Chris Welch.

From heavy duty vehicles like trucks and buses to vintage cars and high performance vehicles, Bricon services a wide variety of vehicles.

“We recently remanufactured a new female tie rod end on the front suspension of a 2002 DC5 Honda Integra, and we also repaired the lower control arm of a 1992 Mazda MX-6,” says Junior, Bricon Engineering’s workshop manager. “The mechanic who we did the Honda job for was very pleased with the result. He commented that repairing the female tie rod end gave the vehicle greater cornering ability and yet it felt more stable on the road.”

Why pay full price when you can get car parts remanufactured at a fraction of the cost with Bricon Engineering?

Media Release on 5 August 2013 by Bricon Engineering Group

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Chris Welch, Bricon Engineering Group
Phone: (09) 444-5571



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