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Old 04-21-2008, 09:28 PM
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Transmission shop in Treasure Valley

Anybody have a reliable shop in the area? For that matter, is there a reliable shop that will take care of my '65? I am new to the area, so any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Try Economy Transmission. I had mine done there and am pleased with the work. I went to it from recommendations from others who were all satisfied customers.
They ONLY do transmissions and transfer cases, so its a specialty shop.

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They're located in Boise on Overland near the movie theater. (7024W to be exact.)
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Cool, thanks. I got a pretty good recommendation on a radiator shop "A Radiator King" from a local guy I talked with earlier this week. He said that his shop sends all their stuff to them. Gets good results except on aluminum stuff.
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