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1958 plymouth air cooled converter - exploded view
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lonesome mopar
Posted 2018-05-09 6:39 PM (#563045)
Subject: 1958 plymouth air cooled converter - exploded view



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Hello all

This is probably a hard request - does anybody has a picture of an exploded view of the air cooled torque converter (the finned one) that equipped the cast iron A488 Torqueflite in 1958 ?

I am in the process of repairing one and I would like to know which parts goes where....My car is a 1958 318 ci plymouth belvedere 4drHT with the power pak option.

I checked on google but it seems to be totally absent on the web.

Thank you for any help !

 

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57chizler
Posted 2018-05-10 2:22 PM (#563103 - in reply to #563045)
Subject: RE: 1958 plymouth air cooled converter - exploded view



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I doubt if you'll find one, even the FSM has only a cutaway side view.



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lonesome mopar
Posted 2018-05-11 6:19 AM (#563127 - in reply to #563045)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth air cooled converter - exploded view



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Indeed.
as a matter of fact, it doesn't seem to exist.
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57chizler
Posted 2018-05-11 12:10 PM (#563146 - in reply to #563127)
Subject: Re: 1958 plymouth air cooled converter - exploded view



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An exploded view of the converter wouldn't do you much good anyway because it's a welded unit...not serviceable without specialized equipment.
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