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Old 02-04-2013, 01:23 PM
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Powerglide valve body ID

As per/junior stocker, I need to sell this VB and sending e-mails to several mfg'ers I get no ID, Scotty Stites says it IS NOT tci,bte or pcs. I need some help AGAIN?
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Most of these "first design" Glide trans brakes are virtually all the same; sometimes the only difference is in the color of the separator plate. I'm going to guess yours is a TSR (RIP Carl Munroe), especially if the separator plate is yellow/gold anodized. Do you have the solenoid? Some of the kits also include a different set of reverse clutch piston return springs. I think Crosley will have a more accurate answer than I. Butch/junior stocker.

I might be interested in your valve body depending on your asking price. Thanks.
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Junior stocker thinks you may have some ID input, Please!?
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I am not sure what brand it is..

As I recall Carl's (TSR) v-body were double dump design and that v-body is a single dump.

Looks like an OEM style gasket in it. Many after market PG v-body do not use any gaskets.
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what happened with carl /?first heard
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Carl Munroe of TSR died of cancer in december 2012.
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wow im blown away crosley he was a nice person to deal with.as far as that v/b he also had a full tree version single dump
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sad to hear about carl i am shocked i had many dealings with him before i retired he was a great guy, he wrote the book on pg. performance rebuild, he will be a great loss to the industry. Dan TCperformance converters.
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