The most expensive parts for most vehicles are the large drivetrain components like the engine, transmission, and differentials. If you are on a limited budget, you may want to consider a used transmission as an alternative to a new one if your car or truck needs a replacement, but there are some things you should look for before buying one.
Grease, Oil, And Dirt
Buying a used transmission for your vehicle is a good alternative if you can't find a new one or are working with a limited budget.
Boat batteries typically come in two ways: cranking batteries and house batteries. These types don't describe specific battery types but rather their usage on your boat. A cranking (or starter) battery works like your car's battery to get your boat's gasoline engine running. On the other hand, your house batteries (typically deep cycle batteries) power your boat's constant electrical load.
This multi-battery configuration makes sense for larger craft, but what about small fishing boats or bass boats?