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Old 01-28-2012, 05:49 PM
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350 trans leaks

Tried all simple fixes, new pan, cleaning surfaces, new gasket. Still leaks.

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Tried all simple fixes, new pan, cleaning surfaces, new gasket. Still leaks.
What kind of shifter are you running is a aftermarket floor type ? And where exactly are you seeing the leak at ? it could be the shifter shaft seal/dipstick tube. sometime you really have to chase these thing down. JMO
Also what type pan do you have on it ?


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350 trans leaks

Cole , The shifter is column shift by Lokar no leak there. The cooler line is a bit damp, the pan is a new cast aluminum with rubber gasket. Found most of leak is actually from rear main blowing back and mixing with what little is coming from pan gasket. Thanks
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350 turbo trans ?

I have a stock 350 motor I am going to install, and I am going to install a turbo 350 trans, does it matter if it is a short or long tail? If so what is the advantages or disadvantages? Thanks, Dana
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I have a stock 350 motor I am going to install, and I am going to install a turbo 350 trans, does it matter if it is a short or long tail? If so what is the advantages or disadvantages? Thanks, Dana
You should start your own Thread but, Length doesn't matter strength wise.
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