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Old 06-05-2003, 07:25 PM
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Post 84 C10 TH350 Cross member to a 700r4 mount???????

Hello, I have a sorta dumb question. I just installed a 93 700r4 in my 84 C10 today and I was wondering if I can simply move the factory TH 350 cross member down a little and re-drill the mounting holes or do I ne to FAB one out of cold roll pipe? Cross member that is. I am re-placing the tail shaft on the 700 with one from a B-Body it has provisions for the tranny mount. The 700r4 came from a 93 corvette and was re-built with extra clutches and so called waffle style race style clutches, any one ever heard of those? Is this a good tranny for a HP application 362ci SBC w/ NO2?? Using a YANK converter 3800 lock up stall w/xtreme 284 cam.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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IMO, either would work, depends on the work you want to do, you wanna drill or fabricate, i swapped a 700r4 in my camaro and just drilled, i'll let you know if i have any problems.

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Old 06-13-2003, 08:07 AM
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Just support the trans at the proper mounting height and angle, check to make sure the crossmember is at the proper installed distance from the transmission and redrill the frame.
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that is a common problem, least i think it is. I did the same thing on my camaro, i just drilled new holes like they suggested. GL
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