|02-27-2009 05:08 AM|
|383ram||Thanks for your help guys, i will start the search. I have a 700r4 that needs to be built, but thought if i could find a good working 350 id put that in for now. And being that i have to build a trans crossmember anyhow, i can set it up for both.|
|02-27-2009 03:10 AM|
|02-25-2009 05:50 AM|
The member was probably referring the friction plate count in the clutch packs... which were different in lower horse power applications.
|02-25-2009 02:43 AM|
Now if he is referring to the 350 versus the 250, yes, there is one less clutch pack in the 250.
|02-24-2009 03:01 PM|
|lg1969||I was told from a transmisson repair shop that there two version of the th350. One version is to handle V8's and another version for 6 cylinders motor. They used less clutch packs.|
|02-24-2009 09:21 AM|
|SSedan64||Chevy vans also have the 9" tailhousing.|
|02-23-2009 09:59 AM|
|mmerlinn||Most trucks and a few large cars.|
|02-22-2009 11:24 PM|
|jimfulco||The 9" tail was common, if not universal, in Chevy half-ton trucks from '73-'86.|
|02-22-2009 05:58 PM|
|327 / 350 hp||
HI 383, those came in 76 Caprice that i know of. I scrapped one. 327/350hp
|02-22-2009 04:02 PM|
Check out full size cars of early to late 70's
|02-22-2009 03:54 PM|
chevy trucks 77 for sure
|02-22-2009 02:31 PM|
Short and long shaft TH350's.... and extra long too?
Trying to figure out what applications to look for so i can get a TH350. I see on TCI's website as well as others they list a short (6"), a 9" and a 12" tail shafts. I am a Mopar guy and have had my head stuck in the sand for a long time, but i was always under the impression there was jus a long and short shaft TH350--but all the charts list 3 lengths.
I am trying to find one that has the 9" tailshaft for a 30 11/16" overall length to fit my application. What were these generally put in?