Torque Converters

Transtar offers the most extensive line of torque converters in the industry, and because we have more than 80 locations, those parts are available for same or next-day delivery to every major market in North America.

Transtar has the right torque converter products for your needs, covered by our unbeatable no hassle warranties, giving you and your customers peace of mind.

When Transtar and DACCO joined forces, they created a game-changing partnership aimed at delivering unbeatable service and selection, backed by the most reliable expertise in the transmission aftermarket industry.

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BETTER TOGETHER: RECON and DACCO torque converters


Request or download Transtar's Torque Converter catalog. This new catalog is the industry's best torque converter diagnostic tool, and is a must-have for transmission repair specialists.

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FAQ
  • 1. Recon Torque Converters are blue.
    2. DACCO Torque Converters are gray.

  • Reference numbers can be many things.
    1. Codes on a torque converter can come in many forms. They can be a sticker, a dab of paint, a laser etched letter & number code, an ink stamped letter & number code, or an OEM part number in any of these formats. Often, the code is not enough to ensure you get the correct replacement product as some codes are used on multiple torque converters. Make sure that when you talk to your Transtar sales rep, you give them both codes as well as the complete vehicle information to ensure you receive the correct product.
    2.Transtar does not publish an industry part number interchange, but you can order a Transtar torque converter by using almost any competitors part number. Talk to your Transtar sales rep to make sure you are getting the correct part on your order.

  • Recon torque converters are warranted for 4-years/48,000 miles, whichever comes first.

    Dacco torque converters are warranted for 3-years, 36,000 miles, whichever comes first.

    Used and quality-inspected parts are sold as-is with no warranty. Product should be thoroughly inspected prior to installation.

    Any manufacturer, third-party, extended warranties, or limited lifetime warranties, should be handled through the manufacturer.