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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-15-2009, 08:04 PM Thread Starter
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why is an automatic less than a 6speed

I see all these 6speed used tranys going for anywhere from 1500 on up to around 2500 for sale. Now on the flip side i see good used autos going for less? is the automatic not worth more? I just ask because i want to switch to a manual tranny but i dont think i can sell my good auto for much at all. Any one know a good price to put on my tranny? It is a 2001 4r100, not one thing wrong with it. (it is in my truck that is my daily driver) But if somone will give me enough money so it will cover me buyin a usued 6speed set up id sell it and use the money to buy one.

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Re: why is an automatic less than a 6speed

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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-15-2009, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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Re: why is an automatic less than a 6speed

yeah i guess, Do you know what a good asking price would be for my tranny?

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Php hydra chip PHP tuned! 4" exhaust, stock turbo(ww2, turbomaster wastage actuator, gutted ebpv), FRX, 160/30 sticks SB 1939-CB single clutch, home brew water setup for when i'm pulling hay through the mountains.
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Re: why is an automatic less than a 6speed

Ill give ya 600
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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-17-2009, 01:49 PM Thread Starter
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Re: why is an automatic less than a 6speed

i would take it if i could find a good 6 speed for that. But right now everyone wants 1800 to 2000 for one.

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Php hydra chip PHP tuned! 4" exhaust, stock turbo(ww2, turbomaster wastage actuator, gutted ebpv), FRX, 160/30 sticks SB 1939-CB single clutch, home brew water setup for when i'm pulling hay through the mountains.
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Re: why is an automatic less than a 6speed

Break open that piggy bank
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-17-2009, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
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Re: why is an automatic less than a 6speed

hahah i dont know bout you but i broke mine open bout 6 months ago.

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Php hydra chip PHP tuned! 4" exhaust, stock turbo(ww2, turbomaster wastage actuator, gutted ebpv), FRX, 160/30 sticks SB 1939-CB single clutch, home brew water setup for when i'm pulling hay through the mountains.
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