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2002 f350 torque converter replacment quote?

hey i have a 02 f350 7.3 my torque converter seems to be not locking up properly im curious if any1 know hows much roughly labour would be to change one out and a rough idea on pricing from stock to an aftermarket one.

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bump any rough ideas

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I have seen aftermarket TC go anywhere from 900-2000 dollars. I do not know which ones are the best though as I have a 6 speed and do not know much about the TC for the 4r100's. I do not know your skill level in terms of "wrenching" but I would say if I were you I would try and do the install myself to save some $ as it is not that complicated of an install.

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ya perferably id rather just do a 6 speed swap but thats more work then im up for. i can do all the wrenching myself mainly i just probably wont find the time and motivation to do it myself id much rather just bring it to a shop and get them to deal with it. to many projects and not enough time with the work schedule

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We have a 6.0 Tq converter thats a direct replacement..good to 400hp+. PM me with your zip if you would like pricing
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We have a 6.0 Tq converter thats a direct replacement..good to 400hp+. PM me with your zip if you would like pricing
I am located in Calgary Alberta, Canada.

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