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Old 04-24-2018, 07:49 AM   #1
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6.0 and 6L90 combo

I am going to look at a 2014, 30í Coachman Freelander later today. It has the Chevrolet 4500 chassis with the 6.0 engine. Iím assuming it is mated to the 6L90 6 speed transmission. Iíve done a few searches for reviews on the transmission but havenít gotten much good information. We will want to tow a 4000 lbs Jeep Wrangler. Where do I find the ccc for this unit...door jamb? Any invite will be appreciated.
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Fugitive- In the event you end up not finding the sticker, there is a nice specs chart that may include your model here:

Even better may be to go to a CAT scale and weigh it loaded as you might expect to depart on a trip; e.g., full fuel, 1/2 water, empty black and gray tanks, 2 adults, etc.; then compare that to the GVWR. That way you will get both axle weights too so you can see how you are doing on front and rear GAWRs as well. "Real life" weights will include any after-mkt items a PO may have installed; e.g., hydraulic leveling jacks, Helwigs, Saft T Steer...... things the chart doesn't know about. Real hard data beats "estimates" every time.

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