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03-19-2010, 09:18 AM #1
Rebuild or Replace
Ok this is my situation, I am in the possession of a 1995 Monte Carlo LS. It currently has 147k miles on it and the tranny decided to go bye bye. The rest of the car is in great shape with one small tear in the driver seat with some minor stains here and there. The engine runs like a top but the tranny only goes from first to a EXTREMEELY slipping second gear. I am wondering if I should replace the tranny with either a salvage, new or just rebuild the thing myself. I am pretty good with the tools so Iím pretty sure I can do it myself Iím just looking for input as to how much of a pain it is to rebuild verses replacing. Iím sure itís all going to boil down to $$$$ but I was looking for any advice for those who have been inside of one of these front wheel drive cruisers.
Thanks for the input.[/SIGPIC]07 Silverado LS factory 20's, spray in bedliner, in-bed cargo managment system, matching tint on front windows, K&N CAI, and Hypertech Max Engery Tuner and yet even more mods to come.
03-19-2010, 11:18 AM #2Jim
2004 SILVERADO 2500HD LS
Pro Comp Leveling Kit
285-75-16 Cooper ST All Terrains
Pro Comp Programmer
Linux Bed Liner
1967 Landcruiser <350 Chevy>
1990 Geo Metro Convertible
2007 FJ Cruiser
03-19-2010, 04:19 PM #3
Thanks, thats the info I was looking for.
Oh and yes I have rebuilt engines before, but you told me just what I wanted to know thanks.[/SIGPIC]07 Silverado LS factory 20's, spray in bedliner, in-bed cargo managment system, matching tint on front windows, K&N CAI, and Hypertech Max Engery Tuner and yet even more mods to come.
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