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post #1 of 7 Old 10-26-2009, 08:41 AM Thread Starter
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My friend have a 2000 superduty, he does a lot of off-road and working with his truck, but he cant keep a dang tranny under there, what would be the best thing to do ??? rebuilt, brand new ???


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BTS best tranny for fords

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Since he uses/abuses his truck do NOT get a reman 4R100

Get a John Woods/Suncoast/BTS

I have a BTS and its the best money I ever spent on the truck


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nothing but BTS

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Can you buy them new ? do you have to ship it there to get it rebuilt ? i am from eastern Canada...


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37'' Toyo MT - DIY Intake - 2.2K Mod - 4'' Turbo Back SS - GTP38R - And Lots more.

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Not sure what you'd have to do in Canada to get a BTS, but I'm sure you won't be the first to go through it. I think they can ship you a trans, if you ship back the core. I know you can send 'em a core to be built. I'd email or call 'em and find out. I'm sure they have some trannies up there.

And for what it's worth, especially being in Canada, leave suncoast as far away from you as you can. They screwed a buddy of mine around so much on tryin to get a VB fixed that we finally took it to a local guy.

I like my ATS, but I definately recommend BTS. No question about it, they have and stand behind the best warranty in the business. Not that many people need to use that warranty.
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