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Know a good tranny supplier>

I need a new tranny, and i want to put it in myself. Where is a trusty place to get a tranny at a fair price. i want good quality for a fair price, if you know anyone please tell :) thanks

btw i think its a 5R55 i need, 2004 4.0L auto 4WD
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well around here usually hit down town for a good tranny.

JK I have no clue.
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la sigh, if i needed a tranny i would ask ur mom :P i kid, ok back to my transmission...
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Check out "Kormex Transmissions" store on Ebay. They have quite a few trannys for rangers. I just don't know if they'd have one for an '04 4x4.
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have u used them before?
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I have not used them, but there are a couple members on here that have. I got my trans from Smart Parts Automotive out of Dallas TX, but they are strictly manual trannys.
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LKQ is a national wide junkyard; Foster Auto Parts.com is just down the street. B&R Auto Wrecking has like 5 yards here in Oregon. Lil bit of a distance from Spokane, but i'm just throwing that out there. Foster's/LKQ might be a lil over priced, but in my opinion, i'd rather want a low mile factory trans rather than a rebuilt unit with a bunch of cheap **** chinese parts. I got my 5spd manual from an '06 w/ only 7k on the clock for a mere $600 from B&R.
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