service-rebuildOhio Cat’s Certified Rebuild program is an economical solution to extend the life of your Cat® equipment. Cat equipment is built to be rebuilt, and our Certified Rebuilds provide a like-new machine with the latest technology and engineering updates. Rebuilt machines come with a new warranty, hour meter and serial number at a fraction of the cost of a new machine.

If you’re looking for a power-train rebuild, Ohio CAT can give your machine a second life as well with the Caterpillar Certified Power Train Rebuild program. For maximum productivity, improved reliability and durability, this is another cost-effective solution providing similar new-machine warranty and power train coverage. This process incorporates critical engineering improvements and restores your Cat power train to like-new performance.

Contact your local Ohio CAT Parts and Service Sales Rep (PSSR) to help you determine the best solution based on your application and budget.

Cat Certified Rebuild Advantages:

  • Frame up restoration with every component either restored or replaced
  • 7000 parts are repaired, replaced, or reconditioned in a typical total machine rebuild
  • More than 350 tests/inspections are performed during the Cat Certified Rebuild
  • Machine is completely repainted and new decals are installed
  • Emission upgrades (Tier IV) are also available presenting a viable alternative to new machines in emission regulated areas
  • Service work performed by Ohio CAT factory- trained technicians

Cat Certified Power Train Rebuild Advantages:

  • Power train restored to like-new condition
  • Engine, transmission, final drive, axle, torque converter, and radiator covered
  • More than 200 tests and inspections of power train components
  • Replacement or reconditioning of approximately 3000 genuine Cat parts, including power train electrical switches, sending units, sensors, electronic control modules, engine wiring harnesses, bearings, gaskets, seals, and coolant hoses.
  • 3 Year of 5,000 hour warranty
  • Service work performed by Ohio CAT factory-trained technicians