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Tranny shop near Columbia, MO

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Chris_T, Jul 13, 2002.

  1. Chris_T

    Chris_T 1/2 ton status

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    Anyone know a good transmission guy in or around Columbia, MO? Just moved down from Edmonton (and I'm melting) and on the way the automatic in my 94 GMC decided it didn't like pulling my trailer. It has a high pitched hum/whine in between 40 and 50 mph. A reliable shop in and around Columbia would be greatly appreciated.

    And here's the kicker ..

    My tools (and my '72 K5!) are still up in Edmonton

    Thx in advance,

    Chris
     
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    Hey,
    I don't know jack about tranny shops in columbia but i know this.... I will be at Mizzou in the fall so tell me where the wheeling spots are.
    Blake
     
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    How on earth should I know .. I just got here .. anyone?
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    I will do some checking for you. I am moving to Columbia, MO from St. Louis. I should be there in a couple of weeks. We have a house near Finger Lakes north of town. I would be glad to help out anyway I can. Be sure to join ColoradoK5 and check out the Midwest Forum, this is where we will be posting many future events and local info.

    I remember there is a n AAMCO or something like that on Business Loop 70. Probably pretty reliable. You can also get good transmissions replaced at O'Rieley which is on Paris Road (Route B). You will have to pull the transmission and exchange it with them. AAMCO would do the whole job but cost a ton. Hope this helps.

    Welcome to Missouri!
     
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    Blake,

    Not to worry! I know several good wheeling spots that are open to the public. Give me a shout when you get in town.

    Neil
     
  7. Chris_T

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    Excellent! Thanks a ton. As soon as my cheques arrive you can bet one will be headed to CK5
     

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