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Old 08-21-2008, 08:09 AM   #1
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What Tranny Is this?

OK I get confused on what tranny Dodges use. So I want to get a list of the tranny names and make an article out of it, So any help would be appreciated.


1st Gen. 12V

Auto

Manual


2nd Gen. 12V

Auto

Manual

2nd Gen 24V

Auto

Manual

3rd Gen.

Auto

Manual

6.7L

Auto

Manual

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Old 08-21-2008, 08:17 AM   #2
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2nd gen 12 v stick is a nv4500 5 speed, and 2nd gen 24 v stick is a nv5600 6speed
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Old 08-21-2008, 08:21 AM   #3
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2nd gen 12 v stick is a nv4500 5 speed, and 2nd gen 24 v stick is a nv5600 6speed
Wrong. Not all 24V stick are 6-speed. They use the NV4500 as well
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Old 08-21-2008, 08:26 AM   #4
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Nv4500 was available even in the early 3rd gens.
A few 1999 have seen the 6 speed, the 99 and 2000 nv5600 all had 1.25" inputs. All the NV4500 have 1.25" inputs. 2001+ nv5600 have 1.3875 inputs.

1st gens can have a 3 speed(727) or a 4 speed(47RH) Most of the 3 speeds came with a 3.08 rear ratio.
The manual 1st gens used a getrag

Early 2003 non HO's got a 47RE, then you go to the 48RE after that until the advent of the 6.7 and then you go to either a 68RFE(chrysler made) or the 68RE(aisain)
The manuals on the 3rd gens I am not sure of the date, but I think the 6 speeds up until 2004.5 were NV5600 and then you went to the G56.
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Old 08-21-2008, 08:27 AM   #5
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Wow thats a lot of info.. Can we break it down to year, motor, tranny?
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Old 08-21-2008, 08:30 AM   #6
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All 12V '94-98 sticks were nv4500. Not sure what auto was in the 2nd gen 12v. All 1st gen stick were the getrag. Zstroken can fill in the rest lol
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Old 08-21-2008, 08:38 AM   #7
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All 12V '94-98 sticks were nv4500. Not sure what auto was in the 2nd gen 12v. All 1st gen stick were the getrag. Zstroken can fill in the rest lol

2nd gen auto 94-95 47RH, 96-2002 47RE, with a transducer/harness change 2000? I have seen people say that some 96 have 47RH, so it could be a mid model change.
Manual 94-98 definately a nv4500, 99-2000 a few nv5600(1.25" input), mostly nv4500
2001-2002 any HO engine had a big input shaft nv5600, standard output nv4500.


3rd gen auto non HO got the 47RE(think they were using up old stock pretty much 2003)
48RE up until the 6.7 then the 68RFE, or the 68RE. The RE is pretty much cab and chassis model.
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Dang your a walking Dodge Tranny Database.
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Old 08-21-2008, 09:35 AM   #9
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Dang your a walking Dodge Tranny Database.

9 years of working at the chrysler transmission plant will do that to you.
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Old 08-21-2008, 09:42 AM   #10
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I thought you could get late 1st gens w/ NV4500s?
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89-93 Manual: Getrag 360, 5-speed, overdrive
89-91 Auto: 727/ 36RH, 3-speed, non-lock up, non-overdrive, all came with D71 3.07 rear end
91.5-93 Auto: A-518/ 46 RH. 4-speed, overdrive, non-lock up
*3.07 rear ends were available on 4 and 5 speed models, but were VERY rare.
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Old 08-21-2008, 02:36 PM   #12
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Here ya go all in one post

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89-93 Manual: Getrag 360, 5-speed, overdrive
89-91 Auto: 727/ 36RH, 3-speed, non-lock up, non-overdrive, all came with D71 3.07 rear end
91.5-93 Auto: A-518/ 46 RH. 4-speed, overdrive, non-lock up
*3.07 rear ends were available on 4 and 5 speed models, but were VERY rare.
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2nd gen auto 94-95 47RH, 96-2002 47RE, with a transducer/harness change 2000? I have seen people say that some 96 have 47RH, so it could be a mid model change.
Manual 94-98 definately a nv4500, 99-2000 a few nv5600(1.25" input), mostly nv4500
2001-2002 any HO engine had a big input shaft nv5600, standard output nv4500.


3rd gen auto non HO got the 47RE(think they were using up old stock pretty much 2003)
48RE up until the 6.7 then the 68RFE, or the 68RE. The RE is pretty much cab and chassis model.
Also early 3rd gen manual NV4500 with the SO motor, 03-05.5 HO to 600 series got NV5600, 05.5 to 07.4 5.9s got the g56 with a short 6th gear. The 6.7 G56 has a taller 6th gear.
 
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I thought you could get late 1st gens w/ NV4500s?
There are rumors but it would be very rare.
 
Old 12-12-2008, 12:28 AM   #14
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I thought you could get late 1st gens w/ NV4500s?
The gassers had the NV, but the diesel's were Getrag.
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Old 12-12-2008, 12:54 AM   #15
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OK I get confused on what tranny Dodges use. So I want to get a list of the tranny names and make an article out of it, So any help would be appreciated.


1st Gen. 12V

Auto

Manual


2nd Gen. 12V

Auto

Manual

2nd Gen 24V

Auto

Manual

3rd Gen.

Auto

Manual

6.7L

Auto

Manual

Thanks Guys.
KET'S TRY HOW HE WANTED IT!!!

1st Gen. 12V

Auto: 3 speed: 727 / 4 speed: 47RH

Manual: Getrag 5 speed


2nd Gen. 12V

Auto: '94-'95 47RH / '96-'98 47RE

Manual: '94-'98 NV4500 1 1/4 input

2nd Gen 24V

Auto: '98.5-'02 47RE

Manual: '98.5-'02 NV4500 1 1/4 input / NV5600 '98.5-'00 1 1/4 input and '01-'02 1 3/8 input

3rd Gen. 5.9L

Auto: '03 non H.O. 47RE / '04-'07 5.9 48RE/ Late '07 5.9 AISIN 6 SPEED

Manual: '03-'04 NV4500 (still 1 1/4 input) / NV5600 1 3/8 input.. '05-'07 NV5600/ G56.......
Production of the NV5600 for dodges stopped 1/31/05 so There was probably some still some installed in late '05 early '06 trucks

3rd Gen. 6.7L

Auto: AISIN 6 speed auto

Manual: G56


There you go!!!! all in order all nicey nice

P.S..... When the NV5600 was stopped in '05 I remember Diamler Chrysler saying that a getrag was the original idea, but they were planning on going with a mercedes built 6- speed called a G56..... Is there any "GETRAG" markings on the new transmissions, that can prove it's existance????
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Old 12-12-2008, 05:34 AM   #16
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A first gen 47rh? I thought all first gen autos were 727 3 speed or a518 non lockup . Rich
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And if you want to get more technical in 07.5 the G56 change the 6th gear ratio.
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A first gen 47rh? I thought all first gen autos were 727 3 speed or a518 non lockup . Rich
this is correct, 47RH did not come out in the dodges till '94
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Old 12-12-2008, 11:24 AM   #19
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sorry, 'bout that.... IT was late and i had a dumb moment..... First gens never came with lockup and a 47RH is a lockup trans, so why would they doo that, duh.........
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First Gen's had a lockup in the A518 didn't they??

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