Gears Transmission Pro Mechanics for Asian and Isuzu vehicles
Isuzu, a Japanese auto maker, is a pioneer in diesel engine manufacturing for reliable, hard working trucks. Isuzu makes the only low cab forward (LCF) truck offering two diesel engines and a gas engine that is compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) capable.
With superior performance, exceptional maneuverability, and superior engineering your Isuzu trucks will keep trucking for years to come. At Gears Transmission in Ringgold, we appreciate that you want to keep your Isuzu truck hard at work. Maintenance for a commercial truck can get expensive. You can count on us to help you keep service cost to a minimum for your Isuzu.
In 2009 Isuzu discontinued its passenger vehicle line to focus on heavy and light duty trucks. The often leaves Isuzu car and SUV owners with few choices for repair and maintenance. Our pro mechanics are highly trained in Isuzu engineer standards. We can repair your classic Isuzu car as well as we do the more modern trucks.
If you are looking for the best Isuzu repair and maintenance service near Ringgold then come to Gears Transmission. We are here for you! Just call 706-956-8333 today or stop by our service center at 10 South Park Ln, Ringgold, GA, 30736.
Ben Cooper, 06/18/2022
One million stars isn't enough to express my gratitude. Please read this and share it with everyone. Hebrews 13:2 "Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares." I'm no angel, but Mr. Hicks and everyone at Gears Transmission is ready for that test. I am a Trucker and I broke down, under load, on I-75 right above Gears Transmissions. What I needed to get moving again was a "T" hose connector and coolant. I went, first, to a neighboring Truck repair shop. They didn't have the part and I asked if I could pay someone to give me a ride to the nearest hardware store or auto parts store. The man said it would be awhile and cost $150. Same as a road call, plus 2 hours min. Labor. Something in my gut said to walk. Well, I walked next door to Gears and asked if they would sell me a T fitting. The guys and gals all went out of their way to help me, offering me water, or soda while I waited. They too didn't have a suitable sized "T", but the owner said we can call the parts store and have it brought here. So, with full intent to pay a normal up-charge for his time and work, I asked them to include a pair of plyers and 4 gallons of coolant to the order. When the items arrived, Mr. Hicks, not only, handed me 3 hose clamps for my project, he also asked one of his guys to give me a ride back to my truck. I pulled out my credit card, happily ready to pay just about ANY halfway reasonable amount of $$ for the amazing care and attention I had just received, BUT.... Mr. Hick refused to accept ANY, I mean ZERO, money for all of his. I made my delivery on time, Thanks to these amazing people. If they treat a Stranger in need like this, I can only imagine how they treat their customers. Sometimes, like this, it's perhaps a stranger knocking on the doors of an angel's house. Thank you Mr. Hicks, and thank you, Steve, for the ride back to my truck. I will pay it forward!