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4R70W advice (or just advice in general)

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Old 12-07-2010, 09:26 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by WannaBeGearHead View Post
Get rid of those factory trans lines also. They suck.
Really? first i ever heard someone suggest that. What's a good hose size?
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Old 12-07-2010, 10:02 PM   #22
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Ah crap I can't remember what size I have. 3/8" or 5/16". The stock lines do well at keeping heat in. There are lines out there that do much better at keeping the fluid cooler when flowing back and forth.
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Old 06-24-2014, 10:59 PM   #23
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hey guys im new to this sight and this hole forum thing so sorry if my post is an intrusion, I was wondering where I could get some info on 4r70w compatibility because my transmission just blew all the drive clutch packs out and I found a recently ebuilt one with redline clutch packs, a reverse manual valve body for a mustang and a billet torque converter. the only issue is that it is out of an f150 with the wrong tail shaft. I would switch my tail shaft in the garbage trans with this one if I knew tht it would be a direct fit. ive talked to a gentleman at bauhman and he said that all the 4r70w are the same the only difference is application and tail shaft ie for a 4x4 or a mustang. my main concern is the valve body because I am not sure if my current linkage would be compatible with the valve body even though the owner has stated that it was in a floor shift set up.any help wold be greatly appreciated so I can get my car back on the road as soon as possible. thank you and sorry for the novel I just wrote
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