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Heavy Duty Utility Dodge A500 (aka 42RH/42RE/44Re) Transmission 1988-2002
Heavy Duty Utility Dodge A500 (aka 42RH/42RE/44Re) Transmission 1988-2002


 
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List Price: $2,744.00
Your Cost Exchange $1,935.00
Core Deposit $300.00

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Product Code: B29
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Bullripper.com heavy duty utility Dodge A500 overdrive transmission and torque converter built by Transmission Exchange Co for 1988-2002 applications with gas engines. This transmission was used in Dakota, Durango, and Ram 1500 van and truck applications with smaller engines including 3.9L and some 5.2L. It was also used behind the 2.4L and 3.0L engines in D50 pickups in the early 1990's. This transmission is also known as a 42RH, 42RE, or 44RE depending on the year and application. It is basically an overdrive version of a TF904. This style transmission was also used in Jeep applications. See the Jeep category for ordering details on that version. This transmission can be built for 2WD or 4x4 application and comes with a heavy duty 'RV" style torque converter. You can ID your transmission by matching the pan formation in the photo, by checking the transmission ID Chart or you can email us with your specific application. This transmission comes with the standard 18 month unlimited mileage warranty and has the option to double that to the 3 year extended warranty (see extended warranty category). Of course, all of our BullRipper HD Automatic transmissions are fully remanufactured and dynomometer tested before leaving our facility, so you know it will work the first time. There is a $300 core deposit included in the price. This is refundable upon return of your old transmission and torque converter. Please inquire for estimated return freight on core. It is also a good idea to clean or replace the cooling system when replacing your automatic transmission, so check out the protection kits at the Upgrades tab.

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