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Grants Transmissions

Postby Grant » Sat Aug 27, 2011 4:46 pm

Some of you might remember me from the pasts, I've rebuilt a number of transmissions for many of you in this community, up until getting a job for a major transmission rebuilding franchise. That job left me no room at all to be able to do any side work. I've since left that job and have been working for another transmission/general repair shop. Long story short, I'm sick of working under someone and am planning to go off on my own. So what better place to make the first step than here. If anyone would like any transmission work, diagnostic work due to a check engine light or repairs done on their vehicles feel free to contact me anytime through facebook e-mail or phone(after 5:00 on weekdays). I have 20+ years hands on experience in the automotive trade, I specialize mainly in transmission rebuilding any make or model of (automatics, standards and transfer cases) but also do all types of general repair as well as performance mods. At this time I'll be doing the majority of repairs on rt.122 at a transmission shop in Whitinsville Ma. many of you might remember this place because it's the same shop I used in the past to do my side work. only difference is now ill Take the whole vehicle for the repair where before I would only take just the transmissions. Also,I stand behind my work 100% and I.m extremely meticulous, so for all you ocd car people out there that bring your vehicle to me, you will not find a greese stain,finger print, scratch, missing bracket or clip in any of my repair jobs. If your not happy I'm not happy.
Thanks for taking the time to read this and hopefully One kick ass shop will come of this. Any questions? feel free to friend me on facebook (contact info below)

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/grant.caya
Cell# 508-259-3524 (anytime after 5pm or on weekends due to current job)
E-mail: grantstransmissions@gmail.com
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby Andrew » Sat Aug 27, 2011 5:38 pm

Awesome. My transmission you did is still holding up strong. It probably only has 10K miles on it but every single one of those miles has been hard. Thanks for stopping by to offer the service!
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby Swiggles » Sat Aug 27, 2011 6:28 pm

YAY!!! nice to finally meet the legend lol.
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby deekster_caddy » Sat Aug 27, 2011 6:58 pm

My trans is still rock solid. Grant does kick ass work.
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby Justin Dalio GTP » Sat Aug 27, 2011 7:05 pm

Glad to see you here. Welcome and good luck.
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby Grant » Sat Aug 27, 2011 9:10 pm

Wow!!! Thats one hell of a welcome!!! Thanks guys, looking forward to picking up where I left off.
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby John » Sat Aug 27, 2011 10:34 pm

I loved my trans that Grant beefed up for me. He was even able to get one of the lines in after I cracked the damn case. Highly recommend, just wish you weren't so damn far away from me :)
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby Grant » Sun Aug 28, 2011 12:42 pm

Thanks again for all the test comments, I didn't realize I made such an impact :)
But that's the way I like an plan to keep it.
One thing John said about distance ill try and help out with best I can .
I live in Newport Ri. Work in warwick Ri. And in a couple places in ma. So I'm pretty
Spread out on the map so what ill try and do is:
1. If you have a transmission that's out of the vehicle I can pick it up and drop it off or meet you half way. I just ask that you retrieve all false codes and record them for me, which can lower costs for you in the long run .
.2. If you have the whole vehicle dead in your drive way ill try and help you find the cheapest way to get it to my shop, even if it come down to renting a toe dolly.
3. Also don't forget I work on all vehicles foreign and domestic. Some jobs I might be limited to only because of special tools needed but ill be able to tell you specifics when we talk .
Thank you , Grant
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby sleeperZ96BT » Mon Aug 29, 2011 10:46 am

My Grant built trans lives on in Swiggles car but was great when I used it :)
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby 97grandprixgtp » Sat Feb 04, 2012 2:48 am

hey grant, i actually live not too far from the shop in whitensville. ive heard good things about the place. will deff see me there soon hopefully after taxes
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby hitman92499 » Sat Feb 04, 2012 2:55 am

You haven't killed your first one yet. Better get on that first. :wink:
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby americansoldier » Sat Feb 04, 2012 12:16 pm

heard alot about ya, when my tranny goes ill let you know lol, just hope it isnt soon!
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby hitman92499 » Sat Feb 04, 2012 12:49 pm

I have also heard great things. Unless you do Getrag 284's though you'll never see me. :)
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Re: Grants Transmissions

Postby 97grandprixgtp » Wed Feb 08, 2012 3:13 am

I got like 220000 on her lol
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