I paid them for a tranny flush and talked to another shop, my teacher who owns a hardscape company had this shop put a built tranny in one of his 7.3's for $3800. I gave them a call and will be bringing my truck in for them to scan when I can get the chance. They did say that there were some updates on the early Allison's and that's all it may be. I haven't had the time to get it in to the shop. Last week I had a client's friend (client is getting pretty old and has memory issues) call me (11/20) that they wanted us to do this total landscape removal & install at her property. So we started it this past Monday and the ground was partially frozen in the south facing side and totally frozen on the north side of the house. Talk about a hassle. We got everything removed and hauled out and could get edging in on the south side of the house but not without practically destroying the blades on two different bed edgers from a local rental shop. Hacked through a cable line as it was buried directly below the old landscape, nowhere near deep enough. Her front yard was destroyed when the city had to do a new sewer/water connection and there were some irrigation things messed up from it so I'll definitely be able to have my irrigation guys busy right away in the spring with fixing that. We'll do the remaining edging in the spring along with regrading the front yard and sod, fixing other turf damage w/ black dirt & seed and the new shrub & perennial plantings. I'll get some pics up later tonight, the transformation is awesome even with the front lawn being non existent and no shrubs, the place looks 1000x better! I had totally "written off" this job as I met with them in mid October (when this job should have been done. Nothing more frustrating than dealing with frozen ground AND frozen material to be installed, fill dirt, frozen mulch, etc. what a pain!) and didn't hear back even after sending a confirmation email asking if they rec'd the quote about a week after the initial meeting then all the sudden that day they called while we were doing clean ups and I couldn't believe they wanted to go with it especially with how late in the year it was. The client is moving to a retirement home next spring and she wanted to see her property look nice before that and I'm definitely glad we were able to do the work as we finished clean ups just in time to fit this one in. We finished yesterday at about 1:30 and it was warm enough to get my trailer and mowers and everything washed and winterized to park it until spring. The profit (a very nice margin on this one, priced sky high because we had to haul out about 17 yards of existing rock) should cover all trans repairs if needed. I'm hoping it's just some code issues, I'd be extremely happy if that's the case!!