How do I know?

Asked by Apr 18, 2017 at 07:07 PM about the 1994 Dodge Ram Van B250 Extended Cargo RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I switched transmission in my van. I got the new
tranny from  an exact replica, (van, motor, tranny,
etc.) I have read so many horror stories about the
correct balance on a tranny, so what would I be
listening for or feeling if the  balance wasn't right. I
used the flex plate that was with the new
transmission although neither fp's had any weights
on them. I  just want to make sure that I have
everything right, I don't want mess this one up it
was so hard to find.

2 Answers

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you shout be ok...you got a new converter i hope...but call these people and talk to tech >www.hughesperformance.com

20

You should be fine as long as you got another torque converter and the bell housing and cross member lined up correctly it should balance itself.

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