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« on: May 22, 2011, 05:13:31 PM »

I have a feeling my ax15 is going to need a rebuild soon. Drained the fluid yesterday and found a lot of metal in the old fluid. Looked like T1000 was pouring out of my trans. So the question is this: anybody rebuilt an ax15 before? How tough is it? I'm pretty handy, no pro by any means, but I can follow directions haha
If I have a shop rebuild it for me what's the going rate? Any trans shop recommendations?
Any upgrades I should consider in the process?


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