- Mar 23, 2011
- N/W Wyoming
That's what fed my kids through many years. Now it's Dodge transmissions, behind over tuned 6.7 diesels. And a lot of 6L80 units too.Y’all can talk bad about Fords but I make more money and work on more Chevy transmissions than all others combined.
Thanks Todd!Here ya go! Enjoy! memtb
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My truck resembles that.That's what fed my kids through many years. Now it's Dodge transmissions, behind over tuned 6.7 diesels.
They are strong, but a little noisy, Ceramic disc is good too.My truck resembles that.
So far the 6 speed manual has held up pretty good. Might be about time for a new twin disc clutch, tho...
My twin disc has a lot of miles under it and is VERY noisy.They are strong, but a little noisy, Ceramic disc is good too.
Having had the same rifles in 28 and 300 prc with the 300 having a titanium action, slightly lighter. The 300 shooting 225gr and the 28 a 180 - I would agree with your assessment.My worst is a very light no brake 28 right at 50 ft lbs of recoil according to the calculators, and it's nasty, fast and violent. I've shot heavier recoil by the number in bigger bores and heavier bullets, they weren't as fast and violent so they seemed more tolerable. Just ran my RUM on the calculator and it's right at 50 also, but it isn't nearly as violent as the 28. It is not pleasant at all but it isn't intolerable.
Ceramic is strong, but not as strong as a twin disc. You can't beat twice the surface area if you don't mind the noise.My twin disc has a lot of miles under it and is VERY noisy.
Will a ceramic disc hold like a twin disc?
I dont know what the horsepower or torque numbers are, but that truck pulls like nothing I've ever driven.
Compound turbos, big injectors and exhaust, ARP studs and big exhaust.
And, of course, a pretty healthy tune...
Tell me more about these plugs. I'm deaf enough to need hearing aids, and I'm wondering if these would works as well as the electronic ear muffs I use at the range.I went to axil gs extreme hearing protection when handgun hunting in the timber…..they offer enhanced hearing and decent sound deadening! But, having wires, ect. hanging around my neck and shoulders is a bit aggravating! “Aggravating”……but comforting at the same time! memtb
COME ON GUYS!!!!! The topic is recoil...not Ford vs Chevy....at the very least....tell us how many FT/LBS of torque you use....or how much you RECOIL a sloppy spring!Ford has had a long time use of ZF transmissions. They liked the gear train in the ZF6 speed automatic and made a licensing agreement with them and in the process got with gm to help reduce the cost. The 6l80 and 6r80 have the basic same gear train but Chevy with their different converter, pump and valve body layout has a lot more problems than the Ford. Have only worked on one Ford but lots of 6l80’s.
My Ford can stand up to recoil much better than my Chevy. Sorry I'll let myself out.COME ON GUYS!!!!! The topic is recoil...not Ford vs Chevy....at the very least....tell us how many FT/LBS of torque you use....or how much you RECOIL a sloppy spring!