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Old 09-27-2008, 10:48 AM
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I want to slide an Eaton Fuller 10spd or 18 spd under my 95 powerstroke. Is it possible??? Dont ask why cause I dont even know. haha
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now that would be sweet,grabbin 18 gears in a psd.goodluck
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Im sure its possible just the probability. I have plans to turn my truck into a full air system. Air brakes Air Ride. ETC.
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Old 09-27-2008, 11:15 AM
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Eaton makes a 6 speed.

All are internationals at work have the dt466(the brand new ones have the maxforce equivalant. i think they changed the model number. not for sure tho.) \

Most of the older one's have the Eaton 6 speed and the newer one's have an Eaton 10 speed.


There all 2004's and newer.



So if they'll bolt to the dt466, you might be able to make it work. I dont know tho, as the dt466 is quite a bit bigger motor.


But of course, anything is possible with the right amount of money

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Old 09-27-2008, 11:16 AM
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Im sure its possible just the probability. I have plans to turn my truck into a full air system. Air brakes Air Ride. ETC.
Air brakes?????????????

Why??????



I drive trucks for a living and love everything about them,


but i still wouldn't try to do that to my pickup.
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Old 09-27-2008, 11:29 AM
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I wouldn't mind converting my truck to air brakes. They are easy to change and work on but the shear size and weight of the drum, adding brake chambers, s-cams and having everything lined up and straight could brings up significant cost.

As far as the transmission. The shear size and weight of a 10 or 13 speed will be one thing. And then you will probably have to get an adaptor plate. The closest to a bolt up would be finding an International Harvester with the International engine and a 10 or 13 speed. Then you will need an air compressor to supply air to the trans for the high/low range. The width may prove to be a problem too so your exhaust might have to get dumped at your downpipe. But anything is possible. If you add a pto to the setup and make your bed a dump bed that would be pretty sweet too.
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I drive truck for a living too and love everything about them. If I am going to spend money Im going to make my truck unique. So I wont settle for anything less than an 18 speed. Plus I think air ride would be cool and since I have air ride why not brakes
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Old 09-28-2008, 12:23 AM
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get a splitter, it gives u a high and a low side so if u have a 5 speed you'll have 10 gears , u just go through all 5 gears flip the switch u mount on the shifter and bang through 5 again
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was thinkin about doing this with a common rail cummins swap for my '86 Bronco but now iam leanin more toward putting a Perkins or Kubota diesel in it
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Here's your air seat, third one down:

Air Suspensions for Pickups & Medium Duty Trucks

and here's your air ride (my chassis guy's truck, he built everything himself):

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