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Old 02-05-2019, 05:27 AM
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I'm in love with the Dually facelift....
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Old 02-05-2019, 05:40 AM
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So a 7.3 gasser.. big whoop. It says 6.7 powerstroke that is a inline 6? Im guessing thats a fail. Lol

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Old 02-05-2019, 05:43 AM
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No, its referring to the Ram with the 6.7 Cummins as being an inline 6
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Old 02-05-2019, 06:24 AM
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10 Speed Trans, higher fuel system injection pressures, redesigned VGT and block enhancements. Front End facelift and more towing capacity. Sounds like a winner.

I may hold off on doing anything more to my 17' now.
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Like the dually front end but not crazy about the F-250s grill.
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I’m very skeptical of this 10 speed trans. But guess time will tell.
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Looks like steel pistons as well.

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Im very skeptical of this 10 speed trans. But guess time will tell.
So far, has not been so good, from what weve been seeing. Hopefully they changed something to make it "heavy duty"...

Weve seen several mustangs and f150s with the trans completely trashed in them, with fairly low miles. One mustang had almost 1000, I think the most miles on one thats been in had around 35-36k, and that was an f150.

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So far, has not been so good, from what weve been seeing. Hopefully they changed something to make it "heavy duty"...

Weve seen several mustangs and f150s with the trans completely trashed in them, with fairly low miles. One mustang had almost 1000, I think the most miles on one thats been in had around 35-36k, and that was an f150.

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From motortrend...

"TORQSHIFT 10-SPEED AUTOMATIC
All new. Less than 7 percent of parts are shared between the F-150 10-speed and the Super Duty TorqShift transmissions. Those that do carry over are primarily minor fasteners. Gear ratios have not been shared as yet, but we're told they aren't very different, though heavily loaded Super Duty vehicles may skip gears much less often than the light-duty trucks do. The new transmission also supports multiple drive modes, including normal, tow/haul, eco, slippery, and deep sand and snow. And, as with the F-150, the much broader ratio spread promises improved performance and economy relative to the G6 six-speed TorqShift it replaces. It also fits in the same space and weighs just 3.5 pounds more than the G6."

Fingers crossed... I hate the 10 spd in the f150's.. seems like the only time their happy is at WOT.
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nice to see a pushrod gas engine coming back, as much as I hate GM, their LS series engines seem to have way less problems than 5.4 Fords
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