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Old 11-06-2005, 01:38 PM
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700r4 converter

Hello all.

Maybe a stuppid question , but is there a difference in a th350 and a 700r4 converter.
And how to identify them.
Any help info welcome.

Thanks.

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Hello all.

Maybe a stuppid question , but is there a difference in a th350 and a 700r4 converter.
And how to identify them.
Any help info welcome.

Thanks.
the converters are NOT interchangable.

the t-350 converter- pump hub measures 1.873 in diameter ... (larger than a t-700 converter). Chevy style t-350 converts have a bracket for a bolt w/nut design to bolt to the flywheel.

t-700 converter hub is 1.748 in diameter. There are pads on the 700 converter for a metric bolt only to bolt it to the flywheel.... early pads were round , later pads were square / rectangle shape

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Old 11-08-2005, 01:04 PM
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Thanks Crosley

The metric bolts i new , just forgot it a little.
This and the hub size are just for the 700r4?
I also look for 700r4 info as i want to rebuilt one myself.
It is for my 1956 chevrolet paneltruck, and just built a 383 for it on propane.
Right now there is a 350 in it with a 700r4.
I specialy look for serial numbers for witch trans and converter to look for.

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