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What's a FM128HD torque converter

I'm replacing my C6 and I'm gonna get a new torque converter. The motor is a 351M its a 1979 F250. I saw a converter at the place I'm getting a tranny that's called a FM128HD I see it will work for my 351m and its a low stall heavy duty bearing converter. Has anyone used this? Or heard of this?

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Heh I'll bet FM means Ford Motors....
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I'm replacing my C6 and I'm gonna get a new torque converter. The motor is a 351M its a 1979 F250. I saw a converter at the place I'm getting a tranny that's called a FM128HD I see it will work for my 351m and its a low stall heavy duty bearing converter. Has anyone used this? Or heard of this?

Greg
its a transtar recon torque converter for a c-6.even though we dont see a c-6 hardly anymore, we do primarily use transtar for their torque converters where i work.
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