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  1. Alwaysworking
    01-03-2016 09:20 PM - permalink
    trans is great. i wouldn't for a daily driver if you only went short distance. or lots of in town. had to make a custom adapter to mate the 205 to the 6610. also made a trans to t-case coupler. it is a bit wider at the flywheel housing but with my cab being on a ford frame, might make it different than an all dodge truck.
  2. Guss101
    11-29-2015 12:18 AM - permalink
    Read through your build on the crew cab, couple questions regarding the rot 6610. How's it holding up? Worth it for a daily driver? Details on mating it to the np205, also how hard was it to fit trans tunnel. If you could answer some of these Qs I would appreciate it. Thanks for now

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  • About Alwaysworking
    Truck Brand
    Dodge x2
    Truck Model
    1-ton and 3/4
    Truck Year
    1 of 91
    Truck Color
    mostly white and blue and silver
    Truck Mods
    h1c/straigt pipe ECT. other stock
    building a family of 1st gens
    Keizer, oregon
    my trucks, atvs,building things
    a little of everything
  • Signature
    yellow 82 crew 350,4x4,RTO6610, swapted in a 91 cummins,compounds, studs,60lb.springs, intercooler,3" tubes,twin ram intake,366 clipped,fuel screw in M&H fuel pin(M2) and timeing spacerFass ,big fuel lines,gauges,4inch exhaust,muffler
    blue- 91 cummins,250,xxx getrag, 4x4,250,M&H fuel pin M2, 4inch strait pipe, gauges custom made intercooler, 3in. tubes,HX35/14
    DTRgoofball club member #11
    93 club cab 4x4 5speed 250k


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