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307 G 200 4r case numbers?

Tried to post this question before, but computer didn't go. My question is, what does the number on the bell housing of a 200 4r tranny stand for. lSome of them have 309 G and one has 307 G. Does it mean anything at all.??

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you posted the same question in someone elses thread
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I sent it and it left and went some place. Forgive me for a outdated computer, or plane bad computer skills.
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I sent it and it left and went some place. Forgive me for a outdated computer, or plane bad computer skills.
the point of my other comment was if you think the first post was lost, it is in another thread Here at post #6 in that thread, at least I think that is the post you are missing.

An outdated computer is a unit that is 6 months old per my son the computer programmer... as for skills with a computer, I am glad I remember how to turn the units on & off

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They do mean something, but only to the foundry that cast the cases. Those are pattern numbers identifying which pattern was used to cast the case. Except for the those numbers, all patterns in use at the same time are identical. Those numbers are used to identify which pattern is at fault when they wear out or when something else goes wrong.
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thanks merlilnn, I knew they should mean something and that makes sense. Just learning more about the 200 4r. When I think I've learned it all, I learn something new. Even the guy I got this one from, didn't have any idea what it came out of. Must of been some type of Chevrolet with high out put 305, because it CR F.
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I think the CR code came from LoPo Caprice.
THM 200-4R Information
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