Jasper Engines & Transmissions, the nation’s leader in remanufactured products, announces the availability of its remanufactured Toyota 1MZ-FE 3.0L engine. This DOHC V6 engine is available on exchange for 1994-2006 (Toyota Camry, Avalon, Solara, Sienna, Highlander | Lexus ES300, RX300) vehicles.
Don Bowne of Cambridge City, IN can be seen in the background polishing his 1930 Model A Town Sedan.
Left to right: Craig Leuck accepted an opportunity with the JASPER Production System team. Sara Schmidt succeeded Craig in leading the JASPER Transmission Division. Shari Gress has been named Production Control Division Manager.
Jasper Engines & Transmissions is pleased to announce the following changes to its leadership team and Management Staff. After 17 years of leading the JASPER Transmission Division, Craig Leuck has accepted a new opportunity with the JASPER Production System (JPS) team. Craig’s primary responsibilities are supporting workshop and event teams, as well as teaching and supporting Continuous Improvement activities throughout the company. Craig began his career with JASPER 19 years ago, spending two years in Facility Maintenance prior to joining the Transmission Division. “I’m looking forward to the opportunity to join our JASPER Production System team,” said Leuck. “This change allows me to further my knowledge of our overall production system, as well as be able to support our Associates and drive improvement throughout our organization.”
Jasper Engines & Transmissions, the nation’s leader in remanufactured products, announces the availability of its remanufactured Ford 6F50 and 6F55 transmissions. These FWD and AWD electronically controlled 6-speed transmissions are available on exchange for the following 2007-2009 vehicles:
With consecutive good tournaments in Alabama, I wanted to keep the momentum going in Georgia as I embarked on my first Elite Series season. I’ve made a vow to take things back to basics, quit trying to confuse myself, and fish the way I like to fish, and so far it has been working. I’m making really good decisions on the water.
Heading into the Elite Series opener on Lake Seminole, I was watching the weather and the moon phase carefully and expected that sight fishing would play a major role in many competitors’ plans. As so often happens, a cold front disrupted the move to the shallows and in many respects that played right into my hands. Seminole is a great fishery, but the weather was changing every day. As a result, the fish were moving too much for the weights to be really high across the board.