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Old 11-01-2011, 09:23 PM   #169 (permalink)
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Been researching Fuller for 2 days now. I can get the RT-6610 locally. I also found an RTOO-9513 for a great price with no exchange. I assume it weighs 200 + pounds more than the 10 speed, but cannot find it on Fullers site and I haven't the specs on input shaft, but I like the added gearing selection of the upper gears.

I'm not a machinist, nor do I have access to a shop that I would trust to do the work here. Machfab, if you would PM your contact info I would like to talk to you.
Go to roadranger.com and search for gear ratio. Its a list of pretty much all road rangers ever made. Click on the 13spd tab and the RTOO is in there. From memory its around 750lbs minus bell housing, clutch, shifter, and oil. 3 OD gears that are around .86, .75, .62. Input can be either 1 3/4" or 2" in a 9500 motor.
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Old 11-23-2011, 08:30 PM   #170 (permalink)
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Well I scored an rt-610 from a 68 coe. Have to find a shift tower though. Debating whether to switch ring and pinions or get the od kit.
But I consider it a bonus getting an SAE #2 clutch housing with push clutch and slave with it. Trying to dig up a bell for the 5.9. I figure to just run a 14" clutch anyways.
Still have some machining for machfab when I get my ducks in a row.
BTW: picking up an nv271 tomorrow. a little stronger than the 241HD
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Old 11-24-2011, 07:58 AM   #171 (permalink)
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Well I scored an rt-610 from a 68 coe. Have to find a shift tower though. Debating whether to switch ring and pinions or get the od kit.
But I consider it a bonus getting an SAE #2 clutch housing with push clutch and slave with it. Trying to dig up a bell for the 5.9. I figure to just run a 14" clutch anyways.
Still have some machining for machfab when I get my ducks in a row.
BTW: picking up an nv271 tomorrow. a little stronger than the 241HD
You might want to reconsider. The 610 is the forerunner of the 6610 and has coarse cut gears. The transmission will be deafeningly loud. You could probably put some sound deadening material between the cab and tranny.
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Old 11-24-2011, 01:25 PM   #172 (permalink)
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I pull a 20,000 # gvw roll off/dump trailer, and have since had to turn down a few jobs, I need to get my truck back on the road, and the 610 was very reasonable, as much so that I can put some $$$ into other things. ( SAE #2 bell, clutch, machining)
If the noise output is intolerable I will sound deaden it.
In the meantime I'm still looking for a 6610. But not at 3 grand.

Off to pick up a 271.
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here are some really helpful links that i have found. Im planning on doing the swap soon with a fso4606, fso8406, Rto6610, Spicer ESO66-7B or whatever medium duty OD tranny i can find for a good price. In my 2wd im planning on going non OD and 3.07s to save money

A really good discussion of fullers ad RRs
Fuller trannys and RoadRanger ten speeds
A long thread here about putting a FSO4606 in a 4x4 dodge
NV5600 to FSO6406A 6 speed Fuller
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Selling the 10 speed Dodge

Planning to sell the 10 speed Dodge. I really need a dually and 4 doors.
Let me know if anyone is interested.
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Planning to sell the 10 speed Dodge. I really need a dually and 4 doors.
Let me know if anyone is interested.
What you lookin for 2nd gen quadcab or 3rd gen?
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Old 12-08-2011, 06:46 AM   #176 (permalink)
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What you lookin for 2nd gen quadcab or 3rd gen?
I am looking at an 06 now.
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Looking more and more like I will be sticking with the 99. There are HORROR stories about the common rails. What do yall think?
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Looking more and more like I will be sticking with the 99. There are HORROR stories about the common rails. What do yall think?
Well just think of it as our vp44, every truck has its demons. Im selling my 2nd gen and will be doing a fummins project and building a CR to put in it.
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Post 10 speed conversion to 5.9 cummins

if anybody have any pic or any info on this please email me tgmurphy1@gmail . com
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GOT TIRED OF AUTO SLUSHBOX, SO I ADAPTED A ROADRANGER 10 SPEED TO THE EXISTING DODGE BELLHOUSING, AND ON THE OTHER END-ADAPTED TO THE TRANSFER CASE. WORKS GREAT!!
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