Based on the make/model/year, not sure that's an option, but I'll do some additional research. Thanks. It's been a solid rig for 22 years and 170k miles, but the numbers don't lie.I think you should be running a 4L80e with that much weight. RV builders usually start with a too-small drivetrain to save money, and then when they are finished with their build, it is overweight. And then this sort of thing happens, long after their 1 year warranty is run out.
Notice that current Tigers are built on a 3500 chassis.
Thanks. Doing some research it appears that to convert a 95 over to a 4l80e will require a new ECU, wiring, transmission cross member, torque converter, misc. pieces and parts plus a 4l80e tranny and labor. Total cost around $5K. I have a great transmission guy and will talk some more with him.4l80 is definitely beefier... but the first gear ratio is meh if memory serves. A properly built 60 with a good cooler can handle this rig... but an 80 is pretty bulletproof. Monster Transmission and Oregon Performance transmissions can hook you up with everything and some solid advice.
On another note.. whats the interior height in your Tiger?
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