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Here is a link from Sonnax about the construction and metal used in the 68RFE torque converter in case anyone interested in some of the differences from the 47-48RE converters. http://www.sonnax.com/system/pdfs/69...pdf?1289926059

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Great info thanks, I would love to know what small change they made to the 6.7 HO converter. I think i will look into getting one.

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Originally Posted by Diesel Dave 04 View Post
Great info thanks, I would love to know what small change they made to the 6.7 HO converter. I think i will look into getting one.
Dave take a look at Goerend Converts they have a triple disk out for the 6.7L... Goerend Transmissions It will most likely be cheaper than the mopar one from the HO

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