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Old 03-22-2012, 10:26 AM
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need a new transmission

toasted my trans in the excursion it puked out the front seal while towng a large dump trailer , anyway people of CT wheres the best transmission shop in CT?
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Old 03-22-2012, 04:52 PM
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The factory gray pump seal is known for leaking when over heated. Might just need a pump seal. There is an aftermarket viton seal that will prevent this from happening.

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Ray (rocdril) had the transmission in one of his race trucks rebuilt by a place on the silas deane highway i think... maybe Aaron or Ray will chime in
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A friend of mine used Denny's here in Bristol and was very happy with the work and the customer service.
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i know its toast slipping and shuddering when you get on it its ok if you drive real easy but as soon as you get on it its a no go so thanks ill check em out
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