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well after my torque coverter bolts have worked themselves loose 3 times in the past month, dealer says i need a new torque converter and flex plate. i do not want to go back with stock parts! so whats ya'lls recomendations? truck is used as a DD and tows every once in a while. want one that is a step up from stock. thanks
Um... bolts dont just loosen up assuming they have been installed corectly. Did the threads somehow get messed up? Assuming your paying for this out of pocket, I would almost use lock wire, lock tight ETC before I just spent money to spend money for bolts loosening up.
Wonder if something inside is bent causing a vibration. or a bad U joint or...
00' 2500 Sport QCSB, 4X4 Auto, Open down-pipe exhaust, Smarty S-03, Air Dog I, Eagle Alloy Series 185 16X10 Maxxis Buckshot's 315/75/16. ""There is no replacement for Displacement except for volumetric forced induction."
ive looked at goerend, garmon, suncoast, ats, and revmax. revmax is the cheapest, however there all reasonably priced. looking for a tripple billet tq and billet flex plate. it may be over kill but atleast i would have piece of mind that i shouldnt have any problems out of it. im ordering a tq and flex plate when i get home this evening, so.....
i purchased the stage 4 revmax 3 disk 300 lower and couldnt be happier. night and day over stock. lock up is firm but not harsh. ive heard some 3 disk can have such an aggressive lockup theyve been known to break stock inputs.
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