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Old 06-04-2009, 08:11 PM   #1
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Talking Upcoming trany fluid DIY weekend

Courtesy of AoA and of course $$

A/T fluid, gasket, o-ring, and filter



mmmmm....OEM parts smell so good
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Old 06-04-2009, 08:14 PM   #2
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how much it cost u
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Old 06-04-2009, 08:24 PM   #3
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I wanna know what the tranny fluid cost you! Just curious if they beat my cost. Of course I buy in bulk. Yes, that's really my garage, ask the NALM guys

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isn't there a DIY on this already?
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Old 06-04-2009, 09:49 PM   #5
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Sounds great, I just changed my AT fluid a few days ago, I wish I ordered the filter and gaskets ahead of time so I could have changed those too. Good luck with the work!

FYI I paid $6.60 per quart, so $26.40 for my fluid. Average?
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Old 06-04-2009, 10:33 PM   #6
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how much it cost u
Fluid - $6.06/quart
gasket - $10.64
filter - $42
o-ring - $2

I know some members have gone with aftermarket filters which are about half the price.

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I wanna know what the tranny fluid cost you! Just curious if they beat my cost. Of course I buy in bulk. Yes, that's really my garage, ask the NALM guys


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isn't there a DIY on this already?
I know there already is a DIY. I was just trying to say that I'm going to perform the DIY this weekend.

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FYI I paid $6.60 per quart, so $26.40 for my fluid. Average?
Why did you purchase 6 bottles? I can't remember the exact number but correct me if I'm wrong. I thought our cars only required 3.x quarts.
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Why did you purchase 6 bottles? I can't remember the exact number but correct me if I'm wrong. I thought our cars only required 3.x quarts.
You asked him why 6 and not me why 20?
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You asked him why 6 and not me why 20?
I dare not ask the current queen of legends such a rediculous question. But since you've granted permission ... Why did you buy in bulk? How often are u changing your trany fluid?
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I dare not ask the current queen of legends such a rediculous question. But since you've granted permission ... Why did you buy in bulk? How often are u changing your trany fluid?
First, I like having stock. PSF, Coolant, ATF, filters, all of it Sounds silly, but I like knowing it's there! I did have 32 bottles but I did a flush on the Sherwood.
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I can vouch for that shelf in Jen's garage. Walked in there to work on Alex's coupe looked over to the left and was like wtf? is that really 20 bottles of atf?!?! Of course for me even one bottle is a rare sight
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