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Old 03-11-2005, 01:52 PM
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Difference Between Th350c And Th250c

Anybody Know The Difference??

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Yeah....one is JUNK and the other is not..............Guess which?

250s are much weaker than the 350s. Get a turbo350, it's a direct bolt in.
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the th250 will have a stud with an adjusting nut on the upper right side of the case for the band. the th350 doesnt. hope this helps.
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the adjusting stud with nut that tnsmith10 is talking about is in the area of the cooler line fittings on the p****enger side of the trany. It protrudes form the case.

the T-250C does not use a set of frictions for 2nd gear. It uses a narrow band for 2nd gear.

A weak , non performance tranny
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the th250 will have a stud with an adjusting nut on the upper right side of the case for the band. the th350 doesnt. hope this helps.
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the adjusting stud with nut that tnsmith10 is talking about is in the area of the cooler line fittings on the p****enger side of the trany. It protrudes form the case.

the T-250C does not use a set of frictions for 2nd gear. It uses a narrow band for 2nd gear.

A weak , non performance tranny
I combined this information in my Transmission Information sticky post, and gave you both credit for it.
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