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post #1 of 7 Old 06-09-2013, 08:48 AM Thread Starter
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converter lock switch on 4r100

Hey guys i have a 2000 7.3 ccsb it has a few mods the biggest is 238.200s im wondering if i need a converter lock switch to truckpull when i shift to second with my auto...the truck has tall gears an tire size is 33.12.50 how much power does it take to pull drive to thanks
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In second the PCM will lock the TC itself, but it's very hard to get it to do it, so I'd say do the lockup switch. I love mine anyway.



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Ok sweet man thanks for the info i got a pull tonite so i will hook a switch up tonite an hope it helps me out
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The lock up switch worked great lastnite besides me not unlocking in time an the sled killed my truck lol lesson well learned..what are u guys running for bump stops an ladder bars?
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Were can i get a set of superlift torque max ladder bars
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those who have the lock up switches how hard are they to do? did you make ur own or what are you using?
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I made my own using this - TC Control Switch Writeup



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