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Torque multiplication is done with gearing. No matter how it gets into that gear, the gear does the work. Autos are better than they once were, but so are manuals. I disagree that anything other than "customer convenience" is the reason for semi's to be going the auto route.
Both can be built to handle massive power. I'm sure it's cheaper to build the 4r100 though, as it's a common practice. Not common because it's cheaper, cheaper because it's common.
2002 F250 CCSB 4x4
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