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A trusted source once told me to inspect the shaft that the torque converter rides on. Can't remember the official name of that shaft . Anyway, He claimed many times he welded it up where it was worn down,turned it to size

, and cured vibration complaints

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Great idea and photos Bill.  Looks like photo 6 n 7 are showing some out of spec wear possibly ? It would be neat to see the transmission spread out buffet style from end to end with all components located in the exact position they were taken out kinda like in the shop manual diagrams.  In the past I have heard a lot tales regarding transmission shops that folks have taken their dynaflow to for a rebuild only to find the trans was just cleaned and new gaskets installed.   Can't really blame these what I call gasket n gooey shops for doing that because there are but few folks around today that really know how to inspect the various parts for " In Spec " run out and wear.  So not knowing what is spec or an in-depth knowledge of how the dynaflow functions and the various normal wear suspects, they just clean it up and install new gaskets and apply gooey sealer.  No test bench fluid psi test work before or after R & R etc.  

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