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Old 01-11-2010, 08:22 AM
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4r100 torque converter

looking for a good after market t/q. i do alot of heavy towing. anybody got any suggestions on a good one or got one for sale. also any suggestions on a valve body.
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7.3 Powerstroke 6 stud 4R100 Transmission - DieselTriple.com
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yeah suggestion for ya. Call BTS get they're precision TC and VB from them. They are very nice
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Best for a stock trans is a 6.0TC with a 7.3 face. JW uses this type in all his builds
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I'd never heard of that. thats neat to know
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I'd never heard of that. thats neat to know
dont wanna hijack but what does the valve body even do?
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It changes the pressure of the fluid for firmer, but way better shifts.
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It changes the pressure of the fluid for firmer, but way better shifts.
does this come with a rebuilt trannie? last question i swear sorry for hijacking
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It depends on what rebuild you get. If you get a BTS or JW or suncoast you get a upgraded one. Normal rebuilds have one but they are just normal. No problems any more questions PM me and I'll help out if I can.
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It depends on what rebuild you get. If you get a BTS or JW or suncoast you get a upgraded one. Normal rebuilds have one but they are just normal. No problems any more questions PM me and I'll help out if I can.
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