Torque Converter Rebuilder Association annual seminar set for June - Transmission Digest

Torque Converter Rebuilder Association annual seminar set for June

The Torque Converter Rebuilder Association (TCRA) has scheduled its annual program of seminars for June 24 and 25 in Troy, Michigan at the Detroit Marriott, Troy. Included in the event will be Friday tours of the Henry Ford Museum and Ford’s F-150 Rouge assembly plant and an early evening reception at the GM Heritage Center.

Saturday’s program features a multitude of industry speakers at the Marriott. More information and registration information can be found on their website.

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