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BLING BLING
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Feels and looks like the converter is slippin. Truck jolts on a decent footfull of throttle when its locked in 5th. Slip gauge goes from .5 to 10. What kind of converter do you guys reccomend and what are some prices Im looking at? Its a suncoast trans but I wouldnt be opposed to trying a different converter. The suncoast in my 6.0 held up great but the stocker couldnt hang in the 6.4. Thanks Ryan
 

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cool as december
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I wonder if your tire size wheel combo plays a factor, im moving to 37's hopefully tomorrow, sure hope thats not the case
 

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BLING BLING
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I would think it plays a decent factor, then again lots of other people run them and have no problem.
 

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Diesel Kid
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Id run a Suncoast Converter, when my tranny goes i'll just get a suncoast tranny and converter.
 

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I would go with suncoast. I've had good luck with them and they stand behind their product.:thumbsup
 

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I've never heard a bad thing about suncoast
 

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Yeah we dont have the biggest tires thats for sure, but im sure it does put an extra strain on the trans,
 

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BLING BLING
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It happend so fast. I had to get rid of my 6.0 and I didnt get the 6.4 till 3 days before the trans came out and I had no other choice but to put it in. It wont be to bad though. A lot better then taking 2 out and putting 2 back in and dealing with a lot of other stuff in between. Money wont be bad. I do all the work myself. The converter is whats gonna cost me!! Ryan
 
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