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Old 06-10-2006, 07:02 PM
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Flywheel dust cover

Any body know where I can get a chrome or aluminum flywheel dust cover for a 700R4 transmission?

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try jegs.com or summitracing.com
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You can Either try Jegs, summit, jc whitney or even a scrap yard
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I've tried all those places and all I can find is for a TH400 or TH350, no 700R4.
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Have you called them or just looked online/through a magazine?
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try ebay i've been looking for a 400 and i think they have some on there
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I haven't called them yet, I have looked through their websites and tried a search on google.
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I have gotten a real good original one and had it chromed ... before.

Lots better metal and vastly superior fit and plating job over the stuff you can generally buy over the counter.

Plus ... a lot of the companies do not have a great selection ... so if your application is " Not mainstream " you are out of luck ...

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sometimes just because its not listed desnt mean they dont have it
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Most of the later GM cars and trucks came with a Plastic flywheel cover. I do not KNOW IF ... the 700R4 has a metal one available from GM or not ...

I will have to get a flywheel cover for the 700R4 in my 32 3W project car. I know that there is a cast aluminum one for 4 wheel drive equipped 700R4's ... from GM but do not know about how it retro fits to a 2 wheel drive 700R4 or if you have to have a 4 wheel drive 700R4 for it to fit.
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try ebay i've been looking for a 400 and i think they have some on there



Here is a photo of a aluminum one ... that currently is listed on eBay ... and NOT my auction ...

It might would POLISH up real nice ... and look better than chrome ...
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You can find a chrome 700r4, 4 bolt cover HERE! $43.00 Part number 52-C. About 3/4 down the web page. Lots of goodies there.
Be careful which one you buy, they come in a 6 bolt and 4 bolt, depending on application. Aluminum 6 bolt usually fits the "K" case used in the four wheel drive trucks, 4 bolt plastic and sheet metal usually fits everything else. But I could be wrong! LOL Just look at your case and get what ever matches up.
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You can find a chrome 700r4, 4 bolt cover HERE! $43.00 Part number 52-C. About 3/4 down the web page. Lots of goodies there.
Be careful which one you buy, they come in a 6 bolt and 4 bolt, depending on application. Aluminum 6 bolt usually fits the "K" case used in the four wheel drive trucks, 4 bolt plastic and sheet metal usually fits everything else. But I could be wrong! LOL Just look at your case and get what ever matches up.
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thanks, that's just what I was looking for.
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You are welcome, happy to help.

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