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road ranger 10 speed?

ok so ive heard that there is a kit out there to convert a cummins 12 or 24 valve from a stock trans to a eaton fuller roadranger trans, do they have this out there for our 7.3s and 6.0s and such? or am i completely out of my mind


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Re: road ranger 10 speed?

i dont have a clue but i would say all you'd need is a piece machined to bolt to the trans and to the block, or as called an adapter plate like ones sold by destroked etc. only machined for the trans you want.

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Re: road ranger 10 speed?

it would be something similar to this, minus a cummins...



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Re: road ranger 10 speed?

Theres no kit that I know of. You'd need an adapter plate, new tranny crossmember, driveshaft(s) and some other odds and ends. I wouldn't do it, unless you did alot of highway driving/ towing, or showed the truck.

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Re: road ranger 10 speed?

i just like the thought of it, kinda wish i could do it, but my pocket aint really that deep


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i think it'd be pretty cool, although shaking all them gears would get old quick, but like said it would probably be good for towing etc. i think someone should do it only with an 18 speed to show up the cummins'.
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exactly! but 18 gears, now thats work lol


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haha yeah unless ya jump a couple. or about maybe 8!
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Re: road ranger 10 speed?

18 speed would be sweet. They drive just like a 10 (you don't have to split every gear, but its there if you need it)

My cousin has a 9 speed fuller behind a T444E in a rollback IIRC. That trans is dimentionally a lot smaller than a 10, 13, or 18 speed. It would probably fit with a custom driveshaft and crossmember. Also remember you need air to it to be able to get all the gears.


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