Guest From Flint Posted June 26, 2015 Share Posted June 26, 2015 My '50 Super 56C dynaflow had some seal & gasket work done in a local Idaho Falls, ID transmission shop about 10 yrs. ago. It slowed the transmission leak, but it has gradually gotten worse. I think it was the first dynaflow they had ever serviced. Now the dynaflow requires the Low range to climb over Teton Pass, WY which is about a 10% grade and it begins to screech near the top of the pass and slowly loses the screech after the downhill and several miles of flatland roads. The torque ball & seal were repaired 4 yrs. ago. I have driven it infrequently on local classic car trips and I have to add a quart of fluid within 100 miles. I plan to replace the vinyl top with Stayfast, vinyl rear window with tempered glass of OEM size, vinyl seat covers & side panels with leather to match the factory specs. But first I want to have the dynaflow overhauled or rebuilt by an experienced shop that has a reputation for excellent dynaflow repairs. I live in the Jackson Hole, WY area. Any recommendations? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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