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Transtar’s Recon True Blue Certified Torque Converters Featured In New Video

Transtar's new video highlights the state-of-the-art torque converter remanufacturing process that takes place at its two Recon remanufacturing facilities in McKees Rocks, Pa., and Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

Transtar Industries has released a new video that features Recon True Blue Certified Torque Converters.

Transtar’s new video highlights the state-of-the-art torque converter remanufacturing process that takes place at its two Recon remanufacturing facilities in McKees Rocks, Pa., and Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Viewers can observe firsthand the advanced process for certifying the quality of each torque converter. Recon by Transtar True Blue Certified torque converters are backed by a three-year, 36,000-mile warranty.

“Many of our customers have asked us exactly what ‘True Blue Certified’ means,” said Mike Cargill, product manager at Transtar. “Our new video defines True Blue Certified to a tee. Each True Blue Certified torque converter must pass our demanding multi-step series of tests and is built to outperform any other converter on the market.”

“By utilizing the industry’s most advanced rebuilding methods, we are able to offer the highest quality converter available,” added Jim Berry, vice president of marketing at Transtar. “This gives our customers confidence that when they install a True Blue Certified converter, they are installing the best.”

To view Transtar’s new video, visit Transtar’s YouTube channel, youtube.com/user/transtarindustries. For further information on Transtar’s torque converter product line, customers should contact their Transtar representative or call 855-Transtar.

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