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Old 04-21-2006, 12:45 AM   #31
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Never buy a used one
when parting out the two L67'* i had.. i was told to tell the clubgp'ers that these were bonneville HB and they would eat them up... however i still have both of them collecting dust in the garage

i dont see why a used on with 50k would be a problem?
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Cuz you'd be changing it again in 50k instead of 100k. Or less than 50k if it was from a modded car.

These things take abuse.
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Old 04-21-2006, 02:42 AM   #33
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im around the same miles as you bill..i cant wait for mine to go..LOL
95 Slipping pretty bad now?
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Not slipping. Harsh shifting when cold, lots of torque converter noise when warm.
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When I ordered mine, I ordered the number GMPD supplied for a 92 L67, $150 or so. They will automatically send you the new part number that has superceded it, and refund you like 40 dollars or something like that. I don't remember the final price, but it was around $100 with shipping.
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