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Dose anyone know if the 68RFE trans code listed for the 6.7 in the ram truck is the Asini Trans? Or has Dodge made a differnt trans for the Rams pickups? I know the 3500 Chase Cab gets the Asini Trans. What about the Regular pickup rams. I emailed Dr.Z and have not heard back yet.

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Ok I spelled Aisin wrong let it slide
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Ok I spelled Aisin wrong let it slide

That's alright, we still knew what you were talking about. What's Dr. Z's email, I'll give him a holler. As far as I have heard on HERE it seems as though they will both be different. But the only thing I have heard about so far has been on here. The reason to believe they could be different because there is a option for a factory exhaust brake and I think it was designed to work in conjunction only with the Aisin. So I could see Dodge putting a steppped up tranny in the rest of the heavy duty rams that don't have the Aisin. But I'm just spectulating, none of this is based off any fact.
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I got my email back from Dr. Z and it states that the New 68RFE will be produce at Aisin Transmission Facility in Ogawa, Aichi, Japan and aisin are the ones making it. So I would assume that it similar to the chase cab tranns just probably missing the P.T.O. just my guess.
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That's alright, we still knew what you were talking about. What's Dr. Z's email, I'll give him a holler. As far as I have heard on HERE it seems as though they will both be different. But the only thing I have heard about so far has been on here. The reason to believe they could be different because there is a option for a factory exhaust brake and I think it was designed to work in conjunction only with the Aisin. So I could see Dodge putting a steppped up tranny in the rest of the heavy duty rams that don't have the Aisin. But I'm just spectulating, none of this is based off any fact.

Desregard that ^^^^^^^



I hope the electronics in the Aisin have some kind of stand alone feature so we can hook those bad boys up to our trucks.
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Desregard that ^^^^^^^



I hope the electronics in the Aisin have some kind of stand alone feature so we can hook those bad boys up to our trucks.


well if they build them anything like the other ones, it will be no problem. the jeep AW4 toyota A340 and a few other's, all aisin trans's can get stand alone controllers, and even the option for a paddle shift setup, converter lock on demand etc...

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