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Old 07-09-2012, 07:50 PM
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Recommend a 4r100 transmission shop in nor cal?

I live near Sacramento -- having some issues with my transmission in 00 f350, specifically with reverse slipping. Anyone have advice on a transmission shop in northern california? Sacramento would be best, but I would drive for a good transmission shop too. I need someone who knows their way around a 4r100. Thanks...
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Old 07-09-2012, 09:16 PM
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The best transmission shop in Nor Cal that I know of is who I had build my E40D transmission. The name of the shop is ATO Performance Transmission Operations, the owner is Jim Galatioto.He is unbelievably knowledgable about all transmissions and is an expert especially on E40D's and 4R100's and has over 40 years experience building high perfomance automatic transmissions for everything from drag cars to high powered diesels and everything in between. He is located in Rancho Cordova at 3257 Monier Circle, Suite E. His phone number is (916) 636-3283. He also has a website ATO Performance Transmissions - 916-636-3283 Serving Sacramento, Rancho Cordova, Elk Grove, and the Greater Northern California area. I dont mean to ramble, but I had him build my tranny 3 years ago and am still amazed at how my transmission performs. Hope that helps.

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Thanks... I'll check it out.
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