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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-16-2017, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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Cost to have Trans. rebuilt????????????????

How much have you paid? 1995 wagon LT1 engineOldh ead

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-16-2017, 04:44 PM
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Where are you located. There's two reputable rebuilders on this board. One is Mike Harris around the Cleveland area, and Cahall Performance Transmissions in the Maryland area if memory serves me correctly.

I bought one from Mike in the late fall of last year for $1,400.

You can contact Mike @:Mike Harris

Cahill's home page: CPT

Both guys were great about giving information about what they offer & recommend.

I had no bias toward either and I chose Mike because he was on the route from Central, PA to Austin, TX, when my parents finished putting my grandmother's house on the market. I had no shipping costs, so that drove to use Mike.

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Cahall...right.

Mine lasted less than 1500 miles. Run away.

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Put your zip in your location, so we know where you are.


I paid $1300 for a heavy duty trans plus $500 for a Circle D torque converter. I installed them myself behind a 454. Depending on how bullet proof you want it, anywhere between $750 and $4000 plus installation, or shipping.

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just go 80e. A stock 80e is stronger than a built 60e

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I paid $850 for the rebuild on my 95 Wagon. Local guy in SE Michigan. I pulled the trans and gave it to him.
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I rebuilt one myself with very mild upgrades (really just a corvette servo and some others that do not require any additional parts) and the parts alone were 6-700 and I did not even replace every part that the performance builders recommend you replace every time.

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How much have you paid? 1995 wagon LT1 engineOldh ead
Your location is also important but I think I paid about $2800.

Stock rebuild would have been cheaper but decided to do a little strengthening to avoid having the same problem down the road.
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post #9 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-18-2017, 07:15 PM
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$1200 in Los Angeles for someone to do ALL of the work and beef it up slightly(better sun shell, Transgo kit)

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I'll refer you back to this post I did awhile back. I have NOT used them so check and be sure they offer what you want. https://lawton.craigslist.org/pts/5975271734.html
Not knowing where you're located I'm not sure what the shipping would be.
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