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Question Which Precision to use?

There seem to be at least two companies known by "Precision" which produce torque converters.

There's this one: Precision Industries (Precision Industries)
and this one: Torque Converters - Precision of New Hampton (Precision of New Hampton)

So the question is, which one are others typically using? I got a pretty good rebuild price including the torque converter (heavy duty) from a shop and they use the Precision of New Hampton converter. Before doing this, I'd like to get feedback from others. Any advice would be great before making the decision.

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Precision Industries - Stallion Power
This is the one I am running.I have around 15k on it..locks up good.


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Precision of new hampton is a top company. Have used them for years.
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Precision of New Hampton are good for STOCK applications, if you want a good aftermarket converter for more holding capacity then Precision Industries is the way to go.
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Except a Stallion should not be used on a stock trans...best for that app is a 6.0 with a 7.3 face..
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