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Old 10-31-2006, 09:56 PM
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Since I own a transmission shop,enjoy building performance transmissions and have learned a lot of neat tricks over the years,I tend to lean towards the local rebuild,lots of advantages,but not without pitfalls.A shop that can meet expectations will usually be well known in your area.I am surprised by the amount of people on this site who are interested and willing to work on their transmissions.So I was considering posting some performance tips,would like some input though,relative to interest.And yes I know,sometimes a little information can be a dangerous weapon,so I would like to see what you think about this Crosley.



I started a new thread for your question.... I do not want to hi-jack the thread where you asked the question.





briscoe... couple of points;

Post what ever floats yer boat..... I will suggest you learn to type in multiple paragraphs. Your posts of one giant paragraph are difficult to read.

In the knowledge data base created by Jon ( admin guy) is a multitude of information gathered from these boards. Performance or OEM stuff posted by several folks here.

It is best to title the new thread with an appropriate heading... that helps the search feature of this site locate information if a user searches for a certain question he/she has.

This site is lucky to have several top people in the automatic tranny field wonder through here and answer questions on most questions asked.

I know these guys welcome additional input, I learn something new on a regular basis , I may forget a few things too.


so........ post what information you have. Do not get your pants in a wad if one of us offer a different idea, comment or other.

I also hope you are familar with the "emotions" used on various boards. Some folks get their hackles up if they think some person is bashing them.

have fun, looking forward to your posts.

Tony

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briscoe........your question

Crosley,I will take your suggestions under advisement.I realize I have much to learn about the dynamics of posting on this site.

Originally I was just happy most of the words were spelled correctly,but I will work on the other stuff as well.

Wow as I begin to read my post, I see you've made an impact already.

I look forward to reading your posts as well.

Dana
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KOOl, some folks do not take well the comment on their typing one large paragraph....

There is a spell check on this site , next to the "preview post" below the message box where you type words. You will need to use the spell check a few times to understand how it functions.

enjoy.

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