Many late-model Honda converters have unique stator bearings. The caged-roller part of the bearing is like the bearing used in the JATCO RE4R01A converters. This part of the bearing is not unique. The outboard races of the stator bearings also are not unique. The impeller-side bearing runs against the flanged impeller hub, and the turbine-side bearing runs against the turbine hub. It is the bearing races on each side of the stator that are unique (see Figure 1).