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Installing turbo 350 into 96 s10

Hello guys I am working on a 96 chevy s10 2 wheel drive and am going to put a turbo 350 into it when I get my engine done this spring. I already have a v8 in the truck but its on its last leg but the tranny in it now is a 700r4. What I am wanting to know is can I put in the turbo 350 with out having to fabricate anything on the transmission crossmember and tranny mount and anything else? I know the draiveshaft will have to be shortend. Thanks for any info.
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Hi,
You'll need a shorter drive shaft & move the cross member, you may need to drill some holes to mount it, the link below will give you tail housing measurements
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If you get a TH350 with the 9" tail, such as from a van or truck, they're the same length as the 700R4.
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Hello thanks for the info that would be a lot of help. I do believe my turbo is a 6 inch tail shaft but I can buy a longer one if need be.
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