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post #1 of 26 Old 10-05-2009, 05:31 PM Thread Starter
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where to get 4r100 rebuilt

hey guys newbie here, well my tranny shot craps
Today. Local shops want 2200 to 2800 for standard
rebuild. Would like a BTS but can't really wait the
month back log. Any suggestions would be great.

Thanks, Will
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Depending on your plans for the truck, a new one from suntoast or ATS isn't much more than they want to rebuild yours. And it'll probably last a lot longer.
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why not the ford reman?
How comparable is suncoast or ats to bts

Thanks , Will

PS sorry couldn't figure out how to qoute.

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why not the ford reman?
How comparable is suncoast or ats to bts

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PS sorry couldn't figure out how to qoute.
Where are you located? If out west, John Woods might be a good option.
His shop is down in Holtville, CA.

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How comparable is suncoast or ats to bts

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Where are you located? If out west, John Woods might be a good option.
His shop is down in Holtville, CA.
John Woods is another good option. I think he and BTS got their starts buildin towing transmissions.

ATS and Suncoast are built more from a high performance standpoint, but will work equally well at towing. I can't actually vouch for suncoast as I don't know anybody runnin one, but that is the case with ATS.

And if you're goin for high performance, A JW or BTS will work at least as well. They can build those too

There are more shops that can build good tranny's than those, but those are the big 4.



Where are you located?
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Tell BTS your truck is down and you need it, maybe they'll move you up on the list.
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