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Old 07-01-2018, 01:11 PM   #1
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Dont know how great a deal this is but did not seem bad for a rebuilt. Thought I would throw it out there.
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That's a good deal! I wish that one was around when my AT545 crapped out.

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I disagree. You can spend a lot less money and get one rebuilt by the manufacturer.

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I disagree. You can spend a lot less money and get one rebuilt by the manufacturer.

https://www.lkqheavytruck.com/search...1&searchpage=3
How much does Allison charge for a rebuild?
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My understanding is that they no longer offer them, and that LKQ bought their remaining inventory.

edit: in case it wasn't clear, those transmissions are already rebuilt by the manufacturer.
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Old 07-01-2018, 02:34 PM   #6
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I disagree. You can spend a lot less money and get one rebuilt by the manufacturer.

https://www.lkqheavytruck.com/search...1&searchpage=3
Elaborate on this, it contradicts your next post?
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The transmissions in the link are fresh rebuilds from the OEM.

You're getting one that has already been rebuilt by the OEM, not getting one and having it rebuilt by the OEM.
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You may need to scroll down to see those as they lump them all together, used next to rebuilds. The fresh rebuilds are the $645 price transmissions.
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The transmissions in the link are fresh rebuilds from the OEM.

You're getting one that has already been rebuilt by the OEM, not getting one and having it rebuilt by the OEM.
Poster said it was a good deal. You replied that you disagreed, that you could get one cheaper from the manufacturer. Then you say the factory is no longer doing it.
I think $950 is a great deal. I guarantee you will likely not find, purchase, and rebuild one for cheaper.

Edit: I do see LKQ does have some cheap prices, hard to find a rebuilt auto tranny that cheap.
Figured I'd check their prices for a 3060, high as $5625 or as low as $1326
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I'm afraid we're out of sync on this. Please read the last few posts because I think the forum has caused you to miss a few things!
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