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Old 05-09-2003, 04:54 PM
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I received the B&M Transpak today (Part #30228 ) for my TH350 trans and just finished reading the instructions.

Problem is that steps #1 thru part of step #15 are printed. Pages 1-4. Then step #14 is repeated on page 5. The next steps that are printed are #17 thru #23 on page 6.

I called B&M for info but they were already closed until Monday.

Can anyone send me a copy of steps#15 and #16 or post them here?

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Old 05-12-2003, 08:13 AM
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Doesn't anyone have a clue?
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Best bet is to keep trying w/ B&M.
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Old 05-14-2003, 02:37 PM
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I got a correct instruction sheet locally and did the install today. Piece of cake (except for the constant dripping of trans fluid). I did the 'Street' modification. I am very impressed with the results. Smooth shifting when just cruising. With moderate acceleration the rear tires will 'chirp' when shifting from first to second in the automatic mode. With WOT acceleration in Drive it really rips from first to second and the second to third is very solid.
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Yep, those shift kits are one of the best bargains out there.
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becareful one time your going to chirp the tire in second gear then boom the second gear roller clutch race is gonna brake, when you make the 350 shift hard you need harden 2nd gear race to take the abuse!
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