I used Hill Killer Transmissions in Mesa, had mine built as much as possible. I have no complaints and the shop foreman was great to work with, its was completed in a timely fashion and has been working great. I'm happy!I have been searching the sight for the name of the transmission shop in AZ that was recommended to build bullet proof E4od tranny.
Lol! Actually, it's Mr. Gold Teeth D.D.S. "We got yo' grillz" :histericaThat was it thanks! I knew some one would have it. Thanks
Different topic: I was looking at what people do for an occupation and I saw yours which surprised me. I always thought you were a dentist and that was one of your advertisements for the boys in Du Hood. :rofl: :histerica
I’ll post this up on FB I’m sure someone will wantI don't know if anyone is interested, but I have the frontend out of my Bronco from when the SAS was done. I also have the front and back bumpers and the tire career from when I replaced the bumpers with heavy duty ones. All or part are free to someone who can use them on there bronco.
The only catch is, you have to come to Young and get them.
Those who want to sell them for cash need not apply.
The organization is ProAutosports, but very similar to SCCA or NASA. Just amateur/weekend warrior stuff.
Oh, we're definitely in the cheap seats when it comes to road racing.... here's a guy that showed up at an event we were at in CA in 2017:Some of these weekend warrior put crazy amounts of money in there rides. And If your photo is any indication you might be rubbing elbows with this group. I’ve seen amateurs in different sports become professionals in those sports.