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Have an '86 Ramcharger 318/727/208. What causes the shudder? It has a lock-up convertor. I guess this would mean it has a two-piece input shaft as well.
 

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I think you need to be a little more specific. What gear does it do it in? What rpm? How fast are you going?
 
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Along the "gummed up" lines, a valve body malfunction, faulty tranny oil pump, failing torque converter. This can also happen when the wrong tranny fluid is used. If the tranny hasn't been serviced in a while, give that a shot, but if you're up there in mileage, you're bound to be either gummed or fried.
 
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