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Old 07-09-2011, 04:31 PM
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Flywheel Cover? 375-THM?

My transmission is a 375-THM, with markings of Turbo 73-CA 53116.
I need a flywheel cover. I purchased this one from Summit but it doesn't fit.
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Any ideas? The PO installed this tranny so I have no clue what it came from although I hear it could be from a 73 Chevrolet Wagon.
Thanks for any help!
Glenn

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Should fit TH350,375,400. What's different about your Trans Case?
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Be aware that there are two different TH375 transmissions. One is a low-perf TH400 with the smaller TH350 output shaft diameter. The other is a beefed TH350 (called the TH375B).
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You can bet your bottom dollar that chrome cover is from "off shore". The one I bought needed to have the bolt holes "enlarged", and the cover "muscled" into place. This was for an aluminum Glide in my nephews 51 Bus Coupe we built.
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oh a 68 chevy truck wow are there many of these trucks left down there? is my all time favorite chevy vehicle ever and is the first chevy i ever had one of and had several of back when there were some left around here, but are none now. hope to find another some day still.
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My transmission is a 375-THM, with markings of Turbo 73-CA 53116.
I need a flywheel cover. I purchased this one from Summit but it doesn't fit.
Click here to see what I purchased.

Any ideas? The PO installed this tranny so I have no clue what it came from although I hear it could be from a 73 Chevrolet Wagon.
Thanks for any help!
Glenn

those chrome covers are junk, you cant pay me to try and install one after the issues ive had in the past with them. it would be best if you just buy an OEM cover that bolts right up and forget about it.
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