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what's it take to get my tcm off?

I have a 08 superduty I gotta take my tcm off tommoro just tryin to get a head start what's size bolts is it and what not

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I have a 08 superduty I gotta take my tcm off tommoro just tryin to get a head start what's size bolts is it and what not
2 bolts 10mm i think, shouldnt take you more than 5 min,its very easy to get to
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Whats a tcm. Why would you take it off?
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Whats a tcm. Why would you take it off?
TCM = Transmission Control Module.

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Whats a tcm. Why would you take it off?
probably upgrading to spartans tcm,thats my guess anyway
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Takes about 10-15 min. to swap out

08 F250 CC, 4x4, Blue/Pueblo Gold, 3.73, S & B CAI, 5" Magnaflo downpipe back, Spartan TCM 275 & 310 KEM 345 (SCT - Sold) Mickey Thompson 35 12.5 20's

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2 bolts 10mm i think, shouldnt take you more than 5 min,its very easy to get to
The small bolts that hold the TCM to the protective shield are 8mm, the two that hold the whole assembly to the frame are 13mm. HTH

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