Breaking News – Live From Bob’s Transmission Shop In St. Louis


Bob in the shop, doing something..

This just in from Bob’s Transmission in St. Louis. Now the official transmission shop in St Louis for Woody Boater. Our “Roaving from the side of the road reporter” is in his hotel while the transmission is being replaced. “Expected completion today.” According to spy photographer, crazy legs Al Benton. More to follow. Stay tuned to Woody Boater for late breaking ..down…. news…

The Canadian Woody Boatermobile's future is up in the air..

She waits..alone... For her tow masters return..

Un sensored raw images of the inards of the tranny, Body fluid and drive shaft scene. We are all adults and we here at Woody Boater felt like you could handle it. Its reality..

10 replies
  1. Al Benton
    Al Benton says:

    Quick work Matt, I just sent those, we’re faster than than the local news station. That’s Bob sitting in his office, he cleared the rack just outside his office so he could watch the progress and get Paul on the road to Portland, OR as soon as possible. Great guy!

  2. anonymus
    anonymus says:

    When you’re on the road you can always count on a fellow Woody Boater to help you when you’re in need. Just like they do on the water.

  3. Woody
    Woody says:

    As goofy as it sounds. The woody boater network helped find a repair shop. And made Paul and karen feel alone in a strange place. They hit the mother load with this location.. Al benton .. Wow..

    • Al Benton
      Al Benton says:

      Thanks for that. The launch of Woodyboatermobile X-2 is at T minus 30 seconds and holding. We’re awaiting technical input from the launch team at present. It has something to do with the vehicle’s tork converter. Earlier we were advised that the transmission was toast, it was replaced. Now this new technical issue has surfaced. Just what is a tork converter? Stand by for further word.

  4. Texx
    Texx says:

    Al – The torque converter is a fluid coupling between the engine and transmission that allows the transmission to shift gears in an automatic transmission. So you can shift gears without shutting the engine off… All conventional automatic transmissions have them.

  5. Randy
    Randy says:

    Several years ago when I started towing big hydros with a 1 ton pickup I learned something new, since I never had a need to haul 6000+ lbs of boat around before. I was told right up front to disengage OverDrive. On freeway hauls the OD plates are just not beefy enough to handle these kind of loads with constant up/down shifting.

    You just never stop learning when there are boats involved, Randy

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