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Tranny Repair time!

Just picked up the suncoast Super Duty rebuild kit, torque converter, and the billet input shaft. The man on the other side of the phone, John, knows his stuff and is one good dude to talk to! Truck gets dropped off tomorrow morning for tear down and the parts will be here on tuesday, I'll drop them off and hopefully it'll be back together on friday. if it is, I'm getting it and taking it straight to the track haha

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back together on friday. if it is, I'm getting it and taking it straight to the track haha
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Oh I thought you were going to a totally new tranny Nate.....PM with the price of your set-up, it has to be cheaper than a totally new tranny
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Nice! After the tranny build its back to DO WORK SON!
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so i have to know where you all get all the money to do these repairs or upgrades... seems like i am the only one who cant afford to do these things. i thought i was gonna have to redo my tranny last night, i left the house and didnt really let it warm up too much, i got on it and had some erratic shifting the tow/haul light started to blink. it went away and never came back so i was a little relieved.
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so i have to know where you all get all the money to do these repairs or upgrades... seems like i am the only one who cant afford to do these things. i thought i was gonna have to redo my tranny last night, i left the house and didnt really let it warm up too much, i got on it and had some erratic shifting the tow/haul light started to blink. it went away and never came back so i was a little relieved.
i've dipped into my savings, which I'm not happy about doing. Between the tranny, turbo, and injectors, some SERIOUS bread has gone into my truck in the last month. imo, almost too much. but I knew it'd all break down as soon as the turbo sat itself on top my motor. Life of racing :nate:

Glad your tranny cooled itself off from the problems rob! sucks to put the bank into these trucks and watch them break.
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so i have to know where you all get all the money to do these repairs or upgrades... seems like i am the only one who cant afford to do these things. i thought i was gonna have to redo my tranny last night, i left the house and didnt really let it warm up too much, i got on it and had some erratic shifting the tow/haul light started to blink. it went away and never came back so i was a little relieved.
Rob, there is a tranny code dude. check it. whenever it blinks there is a code in the tcm. I don't think an xcal will read it.
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