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Old 12-27-2008, 11:13 PM   #1
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Anyone know what Torque Converter Handles (tool number: T81P-7902-C) and where I can get them from?

I'm going to remove my transmission tomorrow and the guidelines say that this is a specialist took to be used when removing the transmission.
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Looking at the 'tool', it looks like you could get away with long bolts. The 'tools' thread into the converter and provide 'handles' to allow you to remove and install the converter. I guess there's no clearance between the bellhousing and the converter. Seems to me like you could make a set with longer bolts and nuts used as stops.

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