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Old 07-07-2008, 07:50 PM   #1
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Hey all, just wondering about what should I expect to pay for the tranny filters (automatic of course), I'm trying to plan/budget ahead for the upcoming 30K total fluids change.

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Old 07-07-2008, 08:51 PM   #2
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mine cost me $43 with my dealer discount, retail should be around $50-55.
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So amsoil sells the filters? Hell I did not know that Thank you
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Old 07-08-2008, 08:01 AM   #4
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I got mine from the Dodge dealer, I work for a dealer as well. The last time I looked they were not available from Amsoil yet.

Hows everything in Northern VA., I'm originally from Fairfax.
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Thanks, I'll check out Koons dodge this weekend then.

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Old 07-09-2008, 12:23 AM   #6
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go to Napa, and get both filters there along with i prefer Valvoline ATF+4. Think with 10 quarts and filters, it cost me about 50 bucks.
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go to Napa, and get both filters there along with i prefer Valvoline ATF+4. Think with 10 quarts and filters, it cost me about 50 bucks.
Thanks, I will check out napa, but I already have my Amsoil tranny fluid, changed my transfer case last weekend, hopefully I can change my tranny this weekend if I can find the time - too many things to do
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Old 07-10-2008, 01:00 AM   #8
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lol i hear ya! but if you are planning on doing this in the drive way make sure you are ready to get MESSY, ive been into mine about 4 times already doing performance modifications and tranny flushes, get a big *** drain pan, and some cardboard pieces underneath to catch the splatter when you drop the pan. The kit from Napa comes with a rubber gasket, i havent had any problems with mine at all and ive taken it off a couple of times and re-used it, i just put some "Right Stuff" on the corners of the gasket. Dont freak out when you see whats on the magnet there is going to be normal build up on it, as long as there isnt any chunks of material. Probably too much info, im sure you probably know what its all about, i just cant help it, lol
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Thanks Johnny, yeah I have prepared myself for a messy oil change, why they don't take the time to put drain plugs on the oil pans I'll never know!
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