Well, ya shoulda asked before you did this. Your flex plate may also be bent now. You need to check it. Since we are on this subject anyway you should get the reinforcing ring to bolt the flexplate onto the crank if you don't have one. People tend to not put them back on. I had a flexplate almost come apart and I can't prove it but the reinforcing ring wasn't there so I got one for the new flexplate.
That torque converter snout looks bent to me or hopefully it is just the photo. If it is bent you won't get a good seal on that. This is something a rebuilder will typically cut off and weld a new one on.
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