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Old 03-13-2003, 02:45 PM
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Post Going from powerglide to th350

Hello i just removed the original powerglide from my 67 camaro. I want to put a turbo 350 to replace the old one. My questions is do i have to change my crossmember? or do i have to get a off set mount?. if anyone could help me id really appreciate it.
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Old 03-13-2003, 05:28 PM
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The turbo 350 should just bolt right up as long as u use the short tail shaft turbo 350. My Chevelle had a factory powry glide and put in a turbo 350 with no problems. I'd go for it. Like i mentioned earlier just make sure u have a short shaft and u wont have to mess with the drive shaft length.
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I believe the tail on the trany is 6 iches. is that the short one
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I pretty sure a powerglide and a th-350 have the exact same dimenshions it should bolt right in.
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yes the 350 will go right in; I did the same thing only I replaced my 350 with a powerglide. But why anyone would want to replace a powerglide with anything is beyond me...
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powerglides suck unless they are built for racing
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Thanks for the info.
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