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Need your transmission rebuilt?

We have been offering rebuilding services on the srt-4 t-850 transmission. All work is done in house at our shop in Spring TX. Kevyn has over 12 years Chrysler experience and is well versed in the t-850 transmission.
You can ship your trans to us, and we can repair and ship back, bring the trans to us, or even bring the car, we can remove, rebuild and replace.
Price is $325 labor for the rebuild plus parts (we will disassemble trans and go through trans and tell you what you need and give some options as well, ie billet selectors and shift forks, cryo'ed parts etc..)
If we remove and replace the trans from the car add $275. We would be happy to replace the clutch at the same time at no cost as long as you purchase the clutch kit from us. We sell ACT, Centerforce, and other brands as well so you will have plenty of choices.
Pick up and delivery of your car also possible for an additional fee.
Feel free to call if you have any questions.
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Kevyn does some great work, he replaced my 3/4 fork and some other parts for me, and even painted my transmission black for me while it was out. Shifts great, and feels like new

Plus, since he comes up to DFW all the time he towed the car for me there and back to do the work. Thanks again!


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damn wish i knew this a week ago my friend just spent 2400 at a shop to fix his trans and its still broken lol 2400 later !



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nice.. looks like i'll be rebuilding my tranny once i move to tx.. lol.. i was going to do it my self prob though.. would do it now but need the money for the move..

any ideas as to wats going on in my trans? if trying to race wont go into 3rd gear.. when in traffic for long periods of times gets hard to shift in 1st 3rd and some times imposible to get into reverse.. i've had to shut the car off, put in reverse then turn on some times to park.. doesn't happen often.. seems to happen when the oil gets hot.. new trans oil in it also when i rebuilt the motor.. thanks for your time..
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You need a new clutch that's what's wrong. That's the samething that happened when I had my bro in laws car. Changed the clutch and all of that went away.


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clutch is pretty new..
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Do you guys sell a rebuild kit?
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no, because every trans rebuild is different. Some need all the syncros, some just 3/4, some have broken speed gears, some have bad input shafts etc.... so we do each trans to order to make sure ALL worn/broken parts are replaced and all good parts are kept.
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Where do you guys work out of?
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Where do you guys work out of?
we work out of our 5000 sq. foot shop.
it is located at
FWD Performance
299 Riley fuzzell rd
spring, TX 77373

is there a particular reason that you want to know this?
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i have 2 transmissions 1 trans case and the gear set from pwerks with the input shaft http://www.performanceautowerks.com/...oducts_id=1613 .how much to put the gears in the case and do you take transmissions for credit.

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yes, we buy cores/parts. Labor would be relatively cheap, if all we are just installing the gears back in the case, BUT are we taking off the gearsets to put on the input shaft first? has the case and all other parts been thoroughly checked to make sure that all is good to go? If they aren't, there may be more labor involved. It would be best to call me at 281-288-4411 and we can discuss the cores and labor.
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Yea it does matter because im in canada haha. I was curious how close you guys were but seemingly too far.
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Just got a tranny from them cuz mine was shot. And I was really pressed for time and they did it real quick and I have no problems with shifting. So thanx Cindy.
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Damn those are some fantastic prices. Wish y'all were closer!
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