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    old-school transmission shop

    Can anyone reccommend an old-school transmission shop in the Chatham area, or anywhere between Windsor and London? I'd like to find one that isn't afraid to work on obsolete equipment and possibly even try to repair parts when replacements are no longer available. If anybody remembers Continental Machine in Windsor, that's the sort of place I'm looking for. Do shops like that still exist?

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    Festival City Transmission in Stratford. We have been getting our plow truck rebuilt/serviced for close to 15yrs there. GREAT bunch of guys. Ask for Tim.
    90 YJ. 4link F/R, 16" SAW Airshocks, 32bolt Beadlocks, D60/14bolt, Full Hydro/Hydroboost L67 3.8SC 700r4 NP231/D300
    02 Yukon XL on 37's DD
    91 Cherokee Juggy scrapped for Greener Grass
    I prefer to build it and not buy it, you see it, I probably made it.

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