Author Topic: builing 88 ex cab v6 auto with duel gear driven t-cases  (Read 8205 times)

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No thats what i figured just wanna know how it does.Curious ton know if you can stop it dueled down still waiting too see some body do it.And i know it's been done in the mags and tv still wanna hear hear some real life shizzat.

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I had it in a pinch last week end at browns camp I broke a longs super axle :therethere:
But I called and sent it back and he sent me a new one. :ladys-man:
There is only one bad and that is going over the trani stops working  :rivers:
But my frend is a trani man he says toyota auto matic are tuff :bowdown:

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When clinbing it quits? Thats what i've heard thetranny fluid all drains back into the empty cavity if that's what you were saying. :dunno:

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NO problem climbing works perpect put it drive and go it does all the shifting.
It's when you tip over on your side it don't work anymore .It work fine after you tip it back over.
Never ran out of fluid climbing and i've gone up some pretty steep hill climbs fas and slow or jumping over rocks it's tuff.
I stripped my 83 std cab to build this one and no regrets went from a pumped up 22re with105 "wheel base
to a 88 stock 3.0v6 ext cab way more tork and built it to have a 125" wheel base

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the back of the trani where the t-case was it's empty now, has soft plugs in it no so the fluid stays in the main part of the trani

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still wondering can you stop it dueled down?

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NO WAY I CAN"T
I'm running 35 x16.5x 15 boggers cut and 1100 studs in 4 tires due it kicks ass
my buddie is talking he might do the same as me  it woops ass on alot of trucks and you don't miss gears climbing or crawling

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I run an auto with 4-7's and it turns the rears in soft dirt so dueling it seemed like to much didn't think i could get it in and out of gear been crawling alot of rocks?

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I have  v6 calipers on the front and bigger drums on the back doubled or dueled down it wants to go until you shift it out of gear but its rear slow so dont matter i hit netural and go again as if you were using a clutch

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Its so much better on the whole truck and running gear using 2 t cases I think
I like it will never go back to a stick for crawling
Its was a new learing curve but once I got use to it now it's killer 

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think i need to go duels so i can have 2.28 and 4.7. Having only 4.7 is a pain sometimes but i love the auto i'm a lazy ass and driving with 2 feet isn't that bad.I suggest a cooler with a fan already burnt 2 torque converters but it's hot here. :beerchug:

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I do all my wheeling in the winter  :usa:

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Put youre hand down on that floorboard every ounce in while they get hot when you workem

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yes  wheeling in the snow the  shifter's got so hot you counld't keep your hand on them so  we stoped  and let them cool for a while

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Hell yeah running a b&m with a fan kicks ass

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 :shocking:it's the  best thig since icecream!!! :psss:

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or sliced bread

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nice build!! My grandpa works up there in mcminville....

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 :beer: thanks it took alot of beer to build this

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OK how do you KEEP FROM RIPPING OUT THE MOTOR MOUNTS .
THE MOTOR HIT THE HOOD .any ideas?????????

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Chain or limit straps :headscratch:

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chain those babys down
RIP KYOTA
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chain it i think its like 2 or 3 links if your usin 1/2 in chain

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EDIT..sorry mispost
RIP KYOTA
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