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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-11-2012, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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E4od what's first to go

I got me a e4od that built and I've put it threw its paces trust me and it hasn't even shown a sign of trouble.

But what I wanna is what is the first to go usually and what was the problem on the stock e4od behind gassers and diesels

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Re: E4od what's first to go

In my experience, it's either the cheap aluminum planets in the gassers or the Direct(2-3shift) clutch pack on the diesels.

In stock form that is.

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I was curious cause they get a bad rep. I hammer on mine pretty good and it Never talks back but it fairly built

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62 F250 4X4, 223 I6, T98 4 speed, 4:56s RCFS (Reg Cab Flare Side. Factory) 31x10.50x15s, currently on 16in Alcoas
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