Morgenthaler Wins B.A.S.S. Southern Open

Jan. 23, 2015:  By Morgenthaler - Pro Angler Sponsored by JASPER Wins B.A.S.S. Southern Open
Photo credit:  Shaye Baker of B.A.S.S.
What a way to start the year! Two years ago, I won the Bassmaster Wild Card to qualify for the 2014 Bassmaster Classic. That just whetted my appetite for more. Now by winning the first B.A.S.S. Open of 2015, I’m the first qualifier for the 2016 Classic, and I feel that I can compete anywhere, anytime, against anyone. I won the B.A.S.S. Southern Open, held January15th weight of 52 pounds, 7 ounces.

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JASPER Gas Engine Warranty

The JASPER Engine 3 YEAR/100,000 mile warranty

JASPER Engines & Transmissions can offer this beefy warranty on our remanufactured gas engines because every one of them goes through our extensive "Do It Right" process that ensures worry-free operation and a high quality product that we are proud to offer here to our local drivers.  Why do we choose JASPER?  

Thorough Cleaning:  Every JASPER reman gas engine is completely disassembled. Blocks, heads, connecting rods, crankshafts and camshafts are thoroughly cleaned through a variety of processes to remove contaminants that can result in premature wear to internal engine components and early engine failure. 

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Canada Post Utilizes JASPER in LLV Project

Jasper Engines & Transmissions played a major role in the recent refurbishment of several hundred Grumman Long Life Vehicles (LLV) used for Canada Post. Canada Post refurbished 876 LLVs at their Mississauga, Ontario, facility. Each LLV received a JASPER remanufactured GM 2.2L four-cylinder engine. They also received new brake lines and additional LLV components supplied by Jasper Innovative Solutions.

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Quick Tour of JASPER

We walked in off the street for a tour of Jasper Engines & Transmissions and thought it was great. Bob gave us a private tour almost immediately and was very knowledgeable about what was happening across the whole business. He showed us the co-generation aspect of the place, which was pretty neat. They produce and use their own electricity, compressed air, and heat from the engine exhaust. He didn't hesitate to show us the sections where they deal with issues, try to learn why a problem exists, and figure out how they can keep it from happening again. It's obvious throughout the factory that they care about quality and improving. It was interesting to see how they use their team cells to do their work. You can see that nothing goes to waste throughout, they even use ground up bottle caps to bead blast parts. We spent almost 2 hours there and enjoyed every moment of our tour.  -  Thank you from Margaret of Norristown PA

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