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Old Fri, September 17th, 2021, 06:04 AM
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What pump bracket are you using for the dual SD pumpís

It's an eBay 044 dual. Some sellers let you order the thicker rubber for the thinner super duty pump. I just made the reducer from some rubber I had laying around.

Downside, it doesn't have a real mounting hole so I had to drill in the center of the bracket. It also requires the 044 check valves and some aluminum crush washers for sealing.

If I did it again I would go with a single AEM 400lpm and just keep a second one it cab.

The single AEM will support the same, if not more, than the dual super duties It requires less space and less fittings.

Only reason I originally went with duals was redundancy.
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Old Fri, September 17th, 2021, 11:45 PM
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I already bought dual SD pumps, but I think I will stick with the mount I already have I was just wondering, I am going to mount my filters and pumps behind the saddle tank under the truck
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Old Thu, October 7th, 2021, 06:35 AM
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Today I'm ordering the new clutch for the road ranger conversion.

It's a 109508-11Y it's the right model fit the t444e and dt466e flywheels, self adjusting, and extended lube intervals.
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Old Sun, October 10th, 2021, 07:28 PM
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Hi Absolution
What road ranger transmission are you going to use?
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Old Mon, October 11th, 2021, 06:27 AM
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Hi Absolution
What road ranger transmission are you going to use?
Any used RTLO 13 speed to be honest. Just so long as it has a sae-2 bell housing which I found a company that will find and install the correct bellhousing from their yard. The one in looking at currently is a RTLO-16713 mainly due to it having a PTO pump on it already.

I ordered a oem 206ss (FP62062RS2) bearing which im going to check and make sure it's the correct inside diameter 1.18".

I'll probably also have to get the drive shaft shortened.

There is a guy on the trucker forum who convert his dt466 to a RTO6613. His was a complete drop in from a 6plus.

Edit: if you have an automatic there is a chance it's an sae-3 bellhousing.
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