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05/03/2016
By: Charles L.
Bell Russell Automatic Transmissions
My 1994 Chevrolet truck's transmission stopped engaging in high gear. I checked used transmission prices and decided to have my own transmission repaired. I checked references and the Yellow Pages and discovered Russell Bell Automatic Transmissions. I contacted Mr. David Bell, he diagnosed the problem with my truck and quoted me a price which was less expensive than having a used transmission installed in my truck. I also, questioned him about pulling a utility trailer or small camper with my truck, based on his advise I was able to have the transmission beefed up to help pull heavier loads. My truck was delivered on time and within the price which Mr. Bell quoted, best of all my transmission is working great! In today's times it is great to locate a craftsman that you can trust to know what to repair and do the repairs properly. I highly recommend Russell Bell Automatic Transmissions.
08/13/2014
By: Steven S.
Bell Russell Automatic Transmissions
Sincere appreciation to Mr. Bell for the prompt and professional service in the repair and rebuilding of my transmission. I had a 2005 Ford Explorer that needed the transmission rebuilt, Mr. Bell was very knowledgeable and had the work done within a week, I have been driving now for about 3 weeks after the repair, It has been working great and would recommend Bell Russell Automatic to anyone needing Transmission work done.
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