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Old 05-04-2011, 02:01 AM
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yup, that's about what it looks like, cept mines a little more crude than that. I'll try to get you a picture tommorrow,,,,,after noon maybe

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here's my version.....the smaller 3/4 angle peice I added to stabilize the tranny. I see in the photos now, they have a 3rd , or middle peg, maybe it does the same.....anyway, I just cut a lot ''pie shaped'' cuts til i got it curved , welded it up
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The Ron Sessions TH400 book is out of print & everyone thinks they have Gold. The TH350 book must still be in print as it's cheap.

Looks like I got a deal on my TH400 book, $24.95 which is the actual retail price.

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What about other titles, like "Haynes General Motors Automatic Transmission Overhaul". It seems to have received good reviews. Cliff Ruggles is also coming out with "How to Rebuild & Modify GM Turbo 400 Transmissions" on June 11, 2011. I know his book on the Rochester carburetors is pretty good so I have high hopes for this one.
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Cliff's book is already out. Should be good, if it's like the Q-Jet book.
http://www.booksamillion.com/p/How-R.../9781934709207
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Try Jakes in Texas he sells complete rebuild kits with updated parts. I bought one far a th350
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Cliff's book is already out. Should be good, if it's like the Q-Jet book.
http://www.booksamillion.com/p/How-R.../9781934709207
Thanks!

On a related note, Cliff is a very nice and helpful guy to speak to. He answered my questions regarding a carburetor over the phone and wasn't pushy with his products.
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Thanks!

On a related note, Cliff is a very nice and helpful guy to speak to. He answered my questions regarding a carburetor over the phone and wasn't pushy with his products.
He's a Bizzzzzzeeey guy, talked to a MonteSS member earlier, Cliff said He's got a Yr. wait for a Carb rebuild.
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