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Old 08-07-2007, 07:51 PM
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Bolt length, t-350 to the engine?

Does anyone know what size the bolts are that attach the 350 turbo trans to a 350SBC?

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Should be 3/8-16.
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Should be 3/8-16.
About 2" long?
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1.5 inches, if memory serves me correctly.

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I used studs. You can be sure you're torquing against the bellhousing and not the bottom of the hole in the block.
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I used studs. You can be sure you're torquing against the bellhousing and not the bottom of the hole in the block.
Lol, not a bad idea, would also help mating the engine/trans...
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Old 08-08-2007, 05:57 PM
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Thanks for the info, guys.
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1 1/2" bolts OR 2" studs if you have room against the firewall.
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GM used 1 1/4" bolts. 1.5" are too long except maybe on the dipstick.
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