Traveler Torque Converters - GM
B&M Traveler Torque Converter, 1968-81 GM TH350.
Heavy-Duty ConvertersB&M’s Traveler Converters are designed for use in heavy-duty applications such as motor homes and tow vehicles. The slightly higher stall speed helps to get the heavy vehicle moving, without sacrificing normal highway operation. The minor 300 RPM increase on stall speed is also helpful in keeping transmission oil temperature lower, when compared to normal high stall converters. The Traveler is stronger than a stock converter as well, through the use of new pump drive tubes, needle bearings where equipped on the original model, and new thrust washers. These units are manufactured to B&M’s specifications for long, trouble-free operation. Features:
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