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05-07-2012 07:11 AM
dogwater I had a 200r4 torque converter worked on.Changed it so I could plug it into a 700r4.New stator,cost me 80.00.
05-05-2012 10:17 AM
Crosley
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Originally Posted by swp1983
I have a B&M Tork master 3000 stall converter. Just wondering if they can be rebuilt and how much that should cost? My budget does not allow for a *****en $700 converter, may consider a Jegs converter also.
Thanks gents!

the converter can be rebuilt. Depends on what you want changed or what the parts converter needs to fit your application as to what costs will be
05-05-2012 12:35 AM
JeffB The big box auto parts stores buy converters from outside sources,to eliminate the middle man check these folks out: http://www.roadrunnerconverters.com/
05-04-2012 08:56 PM
swp1983
Are B&M torque converters rebuildable?

I have a B&M Tork master 3000 stall converter. Just wondering if they can be rebuilt and how much that should cost? My budget does not allow for a *****en $700 converter, may consider a Jegs converter also.
Thanks gents!

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