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Join Date: Jan 2006
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cheapest isn't always the answer. I tried that route and still had to go with a better setup from a reputable company. I would say that the cheapest way to go would probably be a tc from Goerend Bros. and installing a quality shift kit yourself if you are comfortable with that. There are other companies that make good tc's but Goerends had the best price when I was shopping around. If you are going to buy a quality tc and valve body you can usually get the whole trans for not too much more money. I wish I would have saved the money right from the start to get a pro built trans instead of trying to get by on the cheap and then realizing I wasted the money and had to upgrade anyway.
Put a post in the vendors forum for what you want and see what kind of reply you get. If that doesn't work out, let us know how much you have to spend and maybe we can give you the best options for the money.
2007 F350 CC 4x4, EGR delete, stock for now
Old truck :"01" Dodge 3500 DRW. Goerend Bros w/ triple disk, Edge Drag Comp, Jammer Stage 5's, Turnbuckle, Dakota Digital and ISSPRO Gauges, BHAF,4" FLO-PRO exhaust, Vulcan kit, Holley Blue Pump, TC Lockup Switch, Snow stage 2, a few more little bits in the works
377hp and 823tq @ Smokin' (with stage 3's/no drag upgrade)
"400" club wannabe