Alright guys, I just got back from a 4 hour drive on the interstate (I was in Northern Wisconsin deer hunting). Anyway, I HATE how my truck drives on the interstate. My truck sucks when it's windy or going up a grade (it's okay on a flat stretch of road with no wind). Here's the deal. In order to get my beast to go over 65, I have to push the gas to the point where it will shift out of lockup. It's like the gas isn't depressed enough to make my truck go 65 in lockup, so in order to go over 65, it has to be unlocked. I don't want to be running not in lockup because my tranny gets hot (I've got a temp gauge, and when it's not in lockup, I can literraly watch the needle climb). And, today there was a wicked head-wind, and my truck was nearly impossible to keep at a constant speed. Most of the time I was under 65 and it was going from OD-lockup, to OD-unlocked, to Drive, and all over again. /forums/images/graemlins/angryfire.gif Also, in order to get it to lockup again after it has unlocked and I'm going about 70, I have to back the throttle almost all the way out, and by that time, I've slowed down to the point that I need to gas it again to get back up to speed and then I'm not in lockup...back at square one. Anybody else have this problem? I'm running 33's, 3.73's and a 700R4. It is fairly close to the stock setup, gear-wise, but it sure doesn't drive like it. I think my problem would be solved if I could get the tranny not to unlock at the throttle position that it does. It feels like there is still plenty of power at the RPMs it runs at in OD lockup, but the tranny wants to kick it out of lockup any time I barely touch the throttle. Now for my question, I guess. Is the locking/unlocking a function of the TV cable at all? I'm thinking maybe I just need to adjust my TV cable again and that will change the point the tranny unlocks...maybe not. I know the 700R4 has a valve in it that will unlock the torque convertor when the throttle is at 2/3 of full throttle. I'm almost positive I'm not that far down. Sorry if any of this is just a rambling mess, but I'm kinda pissed right now...I did this whole axle swap to different gears in hopes of solving this problem, but it's still there. I'd rather not burn up my tranny, which is going to happen if this keeps going on. And, I am positive lower gears wouldn't help, because I'd have to push the gas down even further than now to go 65, and the tranny would surely be unlocked the whole time then. /forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif What can I do?