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Old 04-03-2007, 09:55 PM
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Transmission Shops

Hey Guys, Does anyone know about any good transmissions shops in the brampton/mississauga area??
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Transmission repair profit margines vary from great to astronomical. Don't fall into the "We'll have to open it up to see what it needs" trap. Ask if they have a rebuilt exchange tranny ready to go. Ask what the "Re and Re" cost is. Ask as many questions as you can.
There's a tranny shop on Rutherford in Brampton. They're not far from Hansens' towing. I've towed cars there from Scarborough, Downtown, East End & North York. Makes me think they must be good???
Do you travel out of town quite a bit? Do alot of State-side runs? Local Joe tranny shops warranty won't do you any good far from home.
Mr.Trans is more expensive than local joe usually (Nation-wide warranty). Aamco has a pricing system that tallies up large just like ordering every bit Ala Carte. Really scary (North America-wide warranty).
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Great, thanks for the tips AL, i'll take that into consideration
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