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Old 12-17-2003, 05:46 PM
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Does anyone have a transmission shop you’d recommend in the Denver area? I’m getting ready to rebuild the engine and tranny in my 67 F250 and it has a HD-MX automatic, don’t know who can work on those anymore.
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Depending on how you classify "Denver Area", give these two a call.

Transmission Parts Wholesalers 3485 S. Zuni 303-789-0046
Transmission Shop 5190 Morrison Rd (Mississippi & Sheridan) 303-922-8040

TPW has been able to provide me with parts for my own tranny rebuild (performance C6). Trans shop does a lot of performance stuff.

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Thanks for the tip Mike. I see that your building a 402 for your 65, is that the original 352 stroked?
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Naaa, the 352 is still under the hood. The motor is a .060 over 390 that I decided to biuld so that I can just drop it in and go. Of course I needed something other than the granny tranny and went for an auto too. Hopefully I will be able to get things in gear after the new year. Last year was busy with a new little one and moving to a new(er) home with more space so I have not been able to play so much.
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at work we send our trucks to national transmission. they are out off I-70 and vasquez just east of the stock show complex. here is thir adress and phone number:
National Transmission
(303) 292-1900 3434 E 43rd Ave
Denver, CO
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