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ok im thinking about an aftermarket trans, but if i got just an e4od from say craigslist would i have to get on that was on a diesel or will any e40d fit


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diesel I think........Probably look at jaspers website...see if the same trans is called for between gas and diesel

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the website didnt have prices and thats the main thing are they decent remans?


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from what I just looked up on Jasperengines.com.... there different, must be the internals

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5604070
AVAILABLE FROM JASPER
$2640.00
With cooler kit

5698630
AVAILABLE FROM JASPER
$2531.00
No Cooler Kit

Thats what I found.....
Yea their a decent rebuilder...warenteed. I've got that in the rebuild of my E4OD, by a very reputable trans shop

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you could also put the $$$ out for a suncoast or BTS.

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but if its just my tc can i just get a new one


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think that would be ok or stick with name brand?


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I'd stick with a name.......Scuffy has a guy that builds TC....might check with him.

I had a friend with 96 f350 dually, replaced just the TC and it has about 10k on it with out any problems. TC are known to go bad in the e4od. Dont see any problem if thats what it is. As long as the pump/seal are still good....
Keep in mind, you spend $$$ for a new TC, and then the trans takes a dump...gonna have to have a rebuild and a new TC....all the metal shavings will eat it up....

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yeah idk because i think like an e4od from say a 351 have different bellhousings right


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