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post #1 of 9 Old 02-10-2009, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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Time for a tranny.

At 140k my tranny is starting to go. As far as getting something a little more havy duty what is everyone's opinion. I was thinking suncoast, brians truck shop, or bd. Any opinions and info would be appreciated. Thanks.
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where ya from man i have mine being built for me as we speak well at least from 8-5

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BTS makes a great tranny wish I had the time to wait for them to get me one when I did mine. I hear John Wood also makes a good one

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Gear Star Performance seem like no one on here has heard of them but they are great. If you look them up they have been in tons after tons of mag and the show truck on the powerblock had used them a few time.

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I am about 35 miles east of Pittsburgh Pa.
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wow sweet they are out of Akron, dude i love their buss. Zack is the owner of the place at he run his shop very well and everything is very well built. Not just some little back wood under ground place ya know.

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wow sweet they are out of Akron, dude i love their buss. Zack is the owner of the place at he run his shop very well and everything is very well built. Not just some little back wood under ground place ya know.
What is that costing you? comparable price to BTS?

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I am about 35 miles east of Pittsburgh Pa.
Here's a guy that I HIGHLY recommend,.......
Gen 1 & Gen 2 transmission products - Delaware Valley Lightning Owners

And he's somewhat in your neck of the woods (driving distance anyway)
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5000.00 for wat i am getting

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