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Old 03-13-2013, 11:31 AM
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Unidentified object

bought a mixed box of automatic transmission parts. Most were identifiable except for this item, can anyone ID this. Have never seen one before.
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Old 03-13-2013, 04:54 PM
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That is a Torqueflite filter spacer, that lowers the filter, when a deep pan is installed. It is installed between the filter and the valve body.
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Old 03-13-2013, 06:53 PM
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Thanks Rick, If you or anybody can use this just pay postage!!
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Old 03-16-2013, 08:55 PM
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It's actually an ADAPTER to use the MOPAR filter on a Powerglide trans. Butch/junior stocker.
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Hey Junior..A powerglide trans filter is attached to the valve body by 2 bolts..A torqueflite filter is held on by 3 bolts,which is a different thread and location...Please tell me how this works on a powerglide trans.I'm allways open for new info pardner.

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Does not look like the PG adapters I have seen with a mopar filter bolted on.

Looks like the filter extender various companies offer for mopar TF trans with deep pan.

you can also modifiy that extender for late design 2 bolt plastic mopar filter
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Old 03-16-2013, 10:28 PM
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Yes..TF filters are round hole ...PG are rectangular hole...This is clearly a round hole..this is NOT an Adapter.
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Ya'll right all right; I should have referenced the "round" vs "square" hole, and the bolt holes not being in line for the Glide. What's more to complicating this, is I just went round and round trying to figure out the long, offset extension pickup tube for a TH400, that uses a MOPAR filter, I pulled out of a trans. It also has a spring band that keeps it in place by bottoming out on the pan, and I was trying to use a deep aluminum pan. Too many problems clouding my thoughts I guess. Turns out the TH400 pickup is/was a B & M piece I'm being told is'nt produced anymore. Finally found a real trans tech who knew what filter to use on it, and what it was. So, in a pass/fail test, I failed, on both. I guess that's why I'm an X-Ray/C.A.T. Tech, not a trans tech. Butch/junior stocker.
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Ya'll right all right; I should have referenced the "round" vs "square" hole, and the bolt holes not being in line for the Glide.

What's more to complicating this, is I just went round and round trying to figure out the long, offset extension pickup tube for a TH400, that uses a MOPAR filter, I pulled out of a trans. It also has a spring band that keeps it in place by bottoming out on the pan, and I was trying to use a deep aluminum pan. Too many problems clouding my thoughts I guess. Turns out the TH400 pickup is/was a B & M piece I'm being told is'nt produced anymore. Finally found a real trans tech who knew what filter to use on it, and what it was.

I believe it is Rancho Transmission in Calliefornia that builds a T-400 pickup tube with dual small Mopar brass filter screens on it. Rancho builds off road race trans

I tried to find a photo of the PG with Mopar filter. I have photos some where.
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that piece is a filter spacer used on a hipster powerglide aluminum valve body.the valve body was made with the round pick up hole and the 3 screw holes.
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