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06-13-2012 01:15 PM
bbowerman Thanks but I got it now it takes the same bolts as the th350 tq except without the nuts.
06-13-2012 12:16 AM
dub depends on the flexplate, some are bigger then others. is your tc from the new tranny or old tranny?
06-04-2012 11:32 AM
T-400 torque converter questions

I have a 76 Chevy that had a th350 tranny in it and it burnt out, so I took it out and put a th400 in it and I have a longer yoke and tail housing. my problem is I put the tranny in and when i go to bolt up the torque converter I notice that the old bolts for the th350 torque converter seem a little too big. can anyone assist me in finding my problem.

also the th400 is from a car but i bought a truck tail housing and yoke but all of that works fine I just didn't know if being from a car made the tq bolts smaller.

thanks for looking

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