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Old 03-02-2008, 12:29 PM
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Well, everything was looking good; Big Hoss bundle on the way, AutoMeter gauges on the way. Then I found out the Banks package was coming a little later than I expected. But it gave me time to think about some of the components in the bundle that might become an installation issue. So anyone reading this who's installed a Big Hoss bundle, how hard is it to get to the compressor fan? This is the only area I'm seeing a problem with, as I've never actually taken the turbo apart. I can do the Power Elbow, the exhaust, and the Big Head wastegate actuator but this compressor fan has been haunting me. One other thing: I read the reciept from Banks and they said they sent me a TransCommand for the 4R100 when I have an E4OD. In the book Banks sent me, it's worded like the same unit works for both transmissions. I know I'm jumping the gun and trying to find information today instead of waiting until tommorrow and just calling Banks direct, but that's just the way I am. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the hardest, how would you rate installing the Big Hoss bundle? How long did it take you? Thanks in advance on any pointers!!!
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Old 03-02-2008, 12:34 PM
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There is a video on the wicked wheel install floating around here somewhere. If your truck is an 01 like it says in your profile, your do have a 4r100 the E40d was in the OBS trucks
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Old 03-02-2008, 12:57 PM
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There is a video on the wicked wheel install floating around here somewhere. If your truck is an 01 like it says in your profile, your do have a 4r100 the E40d was in the OBS trucks
Thanks a lot, Dave! I appreciate you setting the transmission issue straight, because #1: I would've been calling Banks swearing up and down I've got an E4OD when they would've known better. And 2, I can sleep better knowing I wouldn't have called Banks and looking like an idiot. I always thought the 4R100 was a towing tranny and the E4OD was the latter. If you find out any info about that wicked wheel install, let me know! Thanks again, Dave, for the input!
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P.s.- what's the OBS trucks?
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Old 03-02-2008, 01:00 PM
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OBS is old body style

Here is a link to a thread that has the wicked wheel install vid in it
Wicked Wheel Installation
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P.s.- what's the OBS trucks?

obs stands for old body style. 94-97 trucks
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