How Long Does a Rebuilt Transmission Last?

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A good rebuilt transmission will last as long as installing a new one. It is estimated to give you another fifty thousand miles. Best ot have it done by an ATRA (Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association) affiliated transmission shop that gives a 2-year warranty.
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