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Old 11-11-2010, 09:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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47-RH transmission

I am having my 95' 47-RH rebuilt. The shop said that they would either use alto reds clutches or blue frictions. I have some engine mods but nothing crazy, I tow a lot with it and I plow. Which ones should I have them install??
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clutches and frictions are the same thing. Flip a coin, it doesn't matter.
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clutches and frictions are the same thing. Flip a coin, it doesn't matter.
Agreed. There are a lot of things that will make a difference in your transmissions life, and performance, before the friction material does.
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