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Old 02-27-2011, 04:51 AM
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Trans and rear help?gogo diesel selonoid

I have and 05 6.0 auto trans and a 10.5 rear. Im about to change my trans filters and flush it and change my rear fluid. I dont know what fluid to buy?? Amsoil makes torqshift low viscosity atf fluid and 75w 140 etreme rear fluid so thats what i was thinking. Im also thinking about purchasing the gogo diesel direct selonoid to push more fluid to the clutchs because the truck is mod, does anyone have any expirence with these products?
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Old 02-27-2011, 06:28 AM
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I was also looking at that Gogo mod.
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id like to find someone who has done it so i can know if its worth it
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I put in LV. Look at my link on how I changed my fluid. I also have amsoil in the 2 diffs and transfercase. No complaints Next interval I will put it in again. Yes the rear takes 75w-140.

You should get the TransGo shift kit. I think that will do more good overall to the trans than that one solenoid. I will be getting the trango soon.
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yeah i ithink what you did is exactly what ill do, ill put the mercom sp or lv in when i flush the trans and ill put that in the tranfer case and the amsoil ill put in my rear. where can i get the transgo shift kit from?
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okay so i went to trans go.com and there shift kits is saying its only for 03-04 ford trans?? Mines in 05...and do you also know how much the rear takes for fluid? thanks!
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Put mercon V in the transfercase, not sp or lv.
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THanks man! it says it should be installed during rebuild, as of right now im not rebuilding so is it okay to just throw it in?? and is it okay to run the gogo diesel direct seloniod and the shift kit?
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I don't think there is anything in that trans go kit you can put in with out pulling the trans. I think it is all pump mods and a snap ring that prevents breaking the case.
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