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View Poll Results: When did you have your first trans REPAIR?
92-97 4T60E (non HD) 0-75k miles 3 4.48%
92-97 4T60E (non HD) 75-100k miles 4 5.97%
92-97 4T60E (non HD) 100k or more 24 35.82%
92-96 4T60E (HD-Supercharged) 0-75k miles 1 1.49%
92-96 4T60E (HD-Supercharged) 75-100k miles 0 0%
92-96 4T60E (HD-Supercharged) 100k or more miles 14 20.90%
97+ 4T65E (non HD) 0-75k miles 2 2.99%
97+ 4T65E (non HD) 75-100k miles 3 4.48%
97+ 4T65E (non HD) 100k or more miles 7 10.45%
97+ 4T65E (HD-Supercharged) 0-75k miles 3 4.48%
97+ 4T65E (HD-Supercharged) 75-100k miles 6 8.96%
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Old 10-13-2005, 02:15 PM   #11
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Original Trans with 201568 kms, no repairs, no noticible problems.
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Wikoff and Toasted, I don't see your votes in the poll. John, just put yours at 100k. The only vote in that category right now is mine.
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DO NOT VOTE IN THE POLL IF YOUR TRANS HAS NOT FAILED!
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DO NOT VOTE IN THE POLL IF YOUR TRANS HAS NOT FAILED!
should put "no fail" category in. maybe "no fail greater than 100k, no fail greater than 200k", etc

Don't know how you would administer, as in how you would take out your "no fail" answer when and if yours did die. Just a suggestion.
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Wikoff and Toasted, I don't see your votes in the poll. John, just put yours at 100k. The only vote in that category right now is mine.
Ahh crap... voted in the non-hd... and it won't let me vote again.
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Well, got the 93 60-HD that has 96k on it with no issues I know of. Although I just got it with 91k on it, but looks all original.

The red SSE SC has 176K on it, but that'* what I bought it with, so it may or may not have been replaced/rebuilt/repaired

My old 93 SSE with the 60E had 145k when I sold it with no issues. I do know however that within a month after me selling it, it did die (dad saw new owner out one day) but that might have been helped along by a front crash he had with it 2 weeks after buying it. If you want, I can vote, but I haven't as of yet.

got a 98 Lumina LTZ with the 60E with 155k-ish on it and haven't had any issues with the tranny other than a small leak.

Have 98 GP GT with 72k with no issues on the 60E as well.
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Original 4T-60e in 1996 L36 1st failed at 136k
Second 4T-60e in 1996 L36, 2nd Trans - Brand new GM Part, still strong with over 165k on the clock

Original 4T-60e (HD Supercharged) in 1996 L67 - Burned up at 135k, have not broken open to see why, replacing with 4T-65eHD

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'99 4T65HD 85500 mi pulling strong!!
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92-96 4T60E (non HD) 100k or more 1994 SLE...Rebuilt at 109K for slipping.

97+ 4T65E (HD-Supercharged) 75-100k miles...1997 SSEI, 77K, no problems yet!
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