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Old 01-17-2011, 06:40 PM
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Question Years the torqshift was used???

I am looking at buying a work truck this week for the farm.. It will prolly be an early 2000s model 250or350 with a gas in it.... Was the torqshift ever mated up with either the 5.4 or the V10??? If so what years??? I would feel a lil better if the truck had the 5spd vs the prone to failure 4r100???

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I am looking at buying a work truck this week for the farm.. It will prolly be an early 2000s model 250or350 with a gas in it.... Was the torqshift ever mated up with either the 5.4 or the V10??? If so what years??? I would feel a lil better if the truck had the 5spd vs the prone to failure 4r100???

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It was an option but a different version and I don't think you could get it until 05.
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TorqShift used 2003.5 and newer with the release of the 6.0L.....IIRC, someone else will verify gas engine applications shortly I'm sure, but I know they didn't come out til the 6.0's were released.
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i would assume its when the 6.0 put into the lineup. but look at the dash. if it says PRND21 its a 4R100. if it says PRND321 its a tqushift.
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and why get a gasser??????
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Sometimes on the farm ya dont have time to warm up and cool down like a guy should???
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yeah i know what you mean but on a farm...once its running your not gonna turn it off you know and if you do then when you start it back up again it will still be warm.


my trucks a farm truck most of the time and my dd.
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