2010-2017 6.7L Dodge Cummins
68RFE Automatic Transmission


The 68RFE transmission has been the biggest leap forward in terms of Dodge automatic transmissions since the inception of the Dodge Cummins power plant.  In the past, the mediocre four speed transmissions were the inherent weak link for the powertrain.  Dodge set out to revise this attitude with the release of the 6.7L Cummins for the mid-model year change in 2007.  And while the 68RFE has proven itself in many respects, it has also showed many weaknesses, as well. 

As power is increased above stock, heavy loads are hauled, and miles are racked up, the 68RFE’s are failing.  And due to the extremely electronically controlled nature of these transmissions, the processes involved to build more robust replacement parts has been tedious for the aftermarket manufacturers.  However, with several years, and many miles under their belts, most of the manufacturers have determined the best methods to manufacture bullet proof replacement parts, leaving a wide selection of proven parts now available.

We offer everything from complete transmission packages to support over 1000 horsepower, to heavy duty billet torque converters, upgraded valve bodies, or even deep sump transmission pans to keep everything running cool.  As always, if you are uncertain as to what products are best for you, do not hesitate to give us a call or send an e-mail to [email protected] and we would be more than happy to help.