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Old 12-13-2007, 11:31 AM   #11
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I just did too. Looks like the PA got all 3 common axle ratios we did, and the Ultra is indeed the same ratio, as well as compatible.

That website is notoriously accurate and dependable on cross-referencing compatible parts, and has Bville transmissions listed for compatible for an LSS, Ultra, and Bville.

FYI, my local price ranges are from $245 to $750, including one right here in town certified and warranteed for 90 days for $400.

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cool Thanks for the help. problem solved.

I found one for 450 w/90day warranty from a salvage yard 30 miles south of me.

thanks for the help guys

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Buick Park Ave. NEEDS WELDING AND PAN GASKET 74,000
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119,163 A 042632 $995
Betcha ten bucks that sucker crapped a diff and launched it through the case, or cracked the output housing and they don't even know it.

You're good to go on that Ultra trans. What'* the price?
I found one in Fond Du Lac WI at a salvage yard for $450 comes w/90 day warranty has 90k on it though
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the 1996 4T60-E HD used the 2.93 Gear ratio

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This is really cool, I can't wait to drive a boosted car again!!!!

thanks again!


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That'* a good price (bordering on great price) with perhaps the best warranty you'll ever see from a wrecker. For them to give that kind of warranty, they verified the trans worked before they pulled it (it drove in, wasn't towed).

Same way my replacement motor came about. The wrecker I bought it from doesn't buy tow-ins for any drivetrain components. All tow-ins are strictly interior or exterior parts. Motor and trans get sold for scrap if they can't verify them.

Well done on that find. Let us know how it goes.
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will do. Thanks again.
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