Jump to content
BOMBER Board

Torque Monkey

Moderators
  • Content Count

    14,024
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    408

Torque Monkey last won the day on May 21

Torque Monkey had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

2,513 Excellent

About Torque Monkey

  • Rank
    I put the FU in fun.
  • Birthday 06/26/1972

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Stella, WA.
  • Interests
    Just about any type of fabrication.. the crazier the better...

Recent Profile Visitors

12,649 profile views
  1. This ^.... No ABS to mess with.
  2. There are so many different directions to go with this that giving a straight answer without more info isn’t so easy. What is the plan for the truck? If you are looking for the path of least resistance and simplicity, I would look into this. It’s an all in one solution with gauges and tuning. https://edgeproducts.com/shop/98-5-00-dodge-5-9l-cummins-competition-juice-w-attitude-cts2 For a fuel upgrade pick your favorite. I’m partial to AirDog but FASS and Fuel Lab are good options. I have installed other pumps or even the budget pump options from FASS and AirDog. In the end They all seem to fail eventually. Just do the pump/filter set up from FASS or AirDog and be done with it.
  3. We set That truck up with a couple pressure switches that are adjustable, connected to the line pressure. By doing that you can adjust what speed the OD was shifted and then when the torque converter locked. There was some electrical circuits built into as well to lock out OD IIRC. Interestingly enough, the A518 removed From that 93 is the one that is now in the Rat. I bought the tranny from the owner of the 93. It’s OD is also controlled by a pressure switch with a lock out switch. It isn’t hard to do but it takes some time to get the switches adjusted properly.
  4. That is correct. My day started on almost Hoss time. I’m not in my right mind...
  5. I certainly don't know as much as the two Mark's above when it comes to auto trannys but I agree completely with their advice. i would try a Transgo shift kit and billet accumulator piston before taking it to a shop for a rebuild. The issues you are describing do not warrant a full rebuild or replacement IMHO. The build up on the magnet would be a concern of mine either... completely normal.
  6. I think you should pull the head. You know, just to have a look....🤣
  7. I always get the 20% off coupon from the internet.🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️ Not much of a consolation for a product that may get you crushed. I guess the y figure that the price was cheap enough that they didn’t need to do anything else.
  8. All of my jack stands pre-date those dates. They have been so abused, for sure they would have collapsed by now. LOL!
  9. My brother bought one new. I think there were some warranty issues but not sure. I will call and ask. I believe it is a ReNault diesel.
  10. I'm sure I could scrape up some time to come and see it also.
  11. I really like it. Good job Wes!
  12. I was thinking the same thing the first time I had to change one. It is truly amazing how they did that. Did you go to the European version with driving lights and headlights? Did you bend the pin over to remove the daytime running lights?
×
×
  • Create New...