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1957 chevrolet corvette POWER GLIDE transmission

 
chevellessx454 chevellessx454
New User | Posts: 2 | Joined: 09/13
Posted: 09/26/13
08:25 AM

I NEED THE PLATE THAT BOLTS THE POWERGLIDE TORQUE CONVERTER TO THE CRANKSHAFT,CAN ANYBODY HELP,my torque converter has the flex plate teeth ring welded to the outside edge, I think I have seen something similar to what I need on 97-04 corvettes it is called a torque converter drive plate, Thanks Bobby  

waynep712222 waynep712222
User | Posts: 129 | Joined: 03/13
Posted: 09/26/13
02:19 PM

try fatsco transmission parts..

or transmatic transmission parts in glendale ca..  

chevellessx454 chevellessx454
New User | Posts: 2 | Joined: 09/13
Posted: 09/27/13
06:04 AM

my torque converter has the flex plate teeth welded to it on the outer edge, the torque converter and flex plate are one,I HAVE SEEN THE PLATE I think I need on 97-04 corvettes it is called a torque converter drive plate, Thanks Bobby  

pepsi1 pepsi1
User | Posts: 83 | Joined: 01/12
Posted: 10/06/13
04:31 PM

Is your starter solenoid exposed? By that I mean when you just tap the key, do you see the mechanical solenoid move in and out! If it does that type starter bolts to the Bell Housing. The 4 speed transmissions had them.
  They are hard to find and even harder to get someone to weld the ring gear on it and balance it.
  Have you tried year one. Go to the older classic site too. there maybe some guys out there that can help you. Try Speedway, I don't know if honest Charlie's can help you, but you need to network.
  I had a similar set up on an old 327 I purchased back in the '60's. Good luck...

Bob

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