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tranny rebuild

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by azheep, Jan 31, 2003.

  1. azheep

    azheep Registered Member

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    Can anyone recommend a place to take my th350? mine leaks. and I don't know when the last time it was gone though. I am not sure if I need to rebuild it, but I think i might just because of the labor. any info would be cool. /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif
     
  2. Seventy4Blazer

    Seventy4Blazer 3/4 ton status

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    it would be a small drive for ya, but KD down here at action bearing does a kick a$$ job for 300 to 400 dollars. depending on what you want an all.

    Or2play has one in his truck. no prblems from being built or run hard. just from us not flushing the coolant lines. but KD fixed him up real good with it. im sure there are some shops out that way but if not lemme know.
    grant
     
  3. Hossbaby50

    Hossbaby50 3/4 ton status

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    Don't take it to Gentry's. He is supposed to be the "hydromatic specialist". He sucks. Both my 700R4's that his shop did for me went out under 20,000. Not much power or anything extreme either. Just a stockish 350 and 32" tires. I can't really guide you toward a shop, but I can tell you to stay away from Gentry's.
     
  4. or2play

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    Ya, Action Bearing down here in Yuma does great work. How ever KD got out to the auto business for a while. Don't know if he's back on line with them or not. Like Grant said, zero problems. Just when we installed it forgot to flush the cooler ( brain fart ) so all the crap from the old tranny blew the seal on the 1-2 accumulator.
    But anyways, for 430 bucks you can get a solid built turbo 350.
     

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