Dodge stepped up its game in 2007 with the introduction of the 68RFE automatic transmission. Geared for quick acceleration and fuel efficiency, the six speed automatic is a fine transmission and it delivered what Dodge owners wanted. That is until you modified your 6.7L or put a lot of miles on the 68RFE tranny. ATS addressed the weak points in the 68RFE transmission design by bulletproofing the clutch packs, safely adding and controlling line pressure, reinforcing the weak factory case and installed a billet flex plate and input shaft.
For any budget, power level or use, the ATS 68RFE Transmissions will last longer and hold up to more power and abuse than the factory transmission. Packages offer a choice of 1-Year / 100,000 Mile, 3-Year / 300,000 Mile, or 5-Year / 500,000 Mile Warranty.