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Powerflite rebuilder in PNW?
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Tritone
Posted 2019-08-29 3:09 PM (#586748)
Subject: Powerflite rebuilder in PNW?


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Location: Lopez, WA
Anyone? Bueller?

1956 NY T&C 354 needs at least all new seals, and maybe more..... Any suggestions for a shop in the PNW, hopefully within Mt. Vernon/Anacortes/Bellingham range...
TIA if you're out there.....
James
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GaryS
Posted 2019-08-29 4:13 PM (#586751 - in reply to #586748)
Subject: Re: Powerflite rebuilder in PNW?



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Pat Blais in Seattle is a Mopar transmission expert builder. You might give him a call and if he doesn't build the old ones, I'm sure he knows someone who can.
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Tritone
Posted 2019-08-29 6:33 PM (#586755 - in reply to #586751)
Subject: Re: Powerflite rebuilder in PNW?


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Thank you GaryS!
Any phone or email or company name?
TIA,
James
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ABloch
Posted 2019-08-29 6:51 PM (#586756 - in reply to #586748)
Subject: Re: Powerflite rebuilder in PNW?



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In honor of his seventy fifth birthday Pat retired.
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Tritone
Posted 2019-08-29 10:51 PM (#586768 - in reply to #586756)
Subject: Re: Powerflite rebuilder in PNW?


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Location: Lopez, WA

Lucky Pat!

Old architects can't afford to retire, they just keep sketching endlessly on the back of envelopes......

So.....anyone else besides Pat to rebuild my P'flite? I really don't want to mess up the car with a 727 or some such.......

HELP!

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hergfest
Posted 2019-08-30 4:03 AM (#586776 - in reply to #586748)
Subject: Re: Powerflite rebuilder in PNW?


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I used Seatac Transmission in Seatac for my 300G. Wasn't cheap but I have been told they are the only ones local who do the cast iron transmissions.
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Darryl T
Posted 2019-08-30 1:14 PM (#586790 - in reply to #586748)
Subject: Re: Powerflite rebuilder in PNW?



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All Transmissions in Tacoma (253-627-0252) did my Torqueflite and it works perfectly. Tech Casey Ray is an old timer and very experienced.

Edited by Darryl T 2019-08-30 1:38 PM
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Tritone
Posted 2019-08-30 2:30 PM (#586793 - in reply to #586748)
Subject: Re: Powerflite rebuilder in PNW?


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Location: Lopez, WA
Thank you all guys! I'm off to see the wizard!
James
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