sandblasting and a TorqueFlite?
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sandblasting and a TorqueFlite?



Hi all,

A gent is working on a 1963 and asked for opinions. Any thoughts? Here are his concerns: 

>>I  have the Dodge disassembled but I  still have the transmission in the car thinking I would cover it up...however, many guys think I should remove the trans. The car only  has 44,xxx miles, I thought leaving it in was the best approach. I cannot  see a rebuild needed. But guys tell me "remove the TorqueFlite: why risk getting sand in the transmission?" and speculate that even though the trans has low miles the seals are old and the rebuild is a good idea anyway. 

 
 

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