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01-18-2004 05:17 PM
Carbed95GT Wonderful! We'll most definitely be in touch!
01-17-2004 07:51 AM
Crosley That is why I gave you the 800 number.. Randal sells parts at Hughes Performance in AZ.

I build trannys there.


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Originally posted by Carbed95GT
Cool! So can you or Randal sell me something for my AOD?
01-16-2004 08:35 PM
Carbed95GT Cool! So can you or Randal sell me something for my AOD?
01-14-2004 09:19 PM
Crosley You can buy a converter that does not need a shaft changed for non lockup.

The AOD is driven directly from the converter when the trany shifts to 3rd gear.

you can buy a converter that has been modified internally .

I have such a converter in an AOD behind a 300 inline 6 .

call mon-friday 1-800-274-7223.... ask for Randal.

I am not Randal, I work with him.


Tony
01-14-2004 08:24 PM
Carbed95GT
Question about AOD.......lock up vs. non lock up

I'm in the market for a torque converter for my '89 Mustang. I've been checking out the specs and pricing, but one thing has me stumped. I know the diff between lock-up and non lock-up. However, I know that the input shafts have to be changed in order for me to run the non lock-up........and I heard that once you make that change, the car isn't so "streetable". The price difference between the converters is a couple hundred bucks, but I don't wanna screw it up to the point where I can't drive and enjoy it. Any advice?

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