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Re: Torque convertor too expensive - quoted $2,000 (archive)

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Posted by Steve on July 06, 2000 at 09:26:00:

In Reply to: Torque convertor too expensive - quoted $2,000 posted by (more)NW on July 05, 2000 at 22:26:09:

: What did the 3.64 do to your fuel economy?

: Also, how much did you pay for the torque convertor? I have been quoted more than $2,000 Cdn.

: Pricey considering I got the 3,15 for $600 Cdn.

: What do you think of a 3.46 - will that make a seat in the pants difference?

The 3;64 dif, didnt help the gas mileage, the
torq conv. for the 95 was 1,000.00, I dont know
what it is for the 97 and newer.The overall
highway speed wasnt compromised all that much.



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