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Old 05-21-2006, 11:11 PM
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Hi i have a 10" tc 35 stall made by BM .Is BM the only ones using blue,I was given a 12" blue tc but I do not know what it is I think it might be a 22 or 25 hole shot any thoughts on how to identify it.Thank you.

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I will say no... When I had my transmission rebuilt they but a new converter in with a 1200 stall. It was just a generic brand converter. Worked very well and I have no complaints. However it was blue it was a slightly different shade of blue but blue none the less.

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does it have a part # on it? axioms converters have been blue for years... thought b&m converters were painted black
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No there is no part number that I can find on the 12" but neither does my 10" B&M. I guess the only way to know is take it to a tran shop or install.Thanks guys.
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