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06-12-2006 09:30 PM
Drewnashty And will the TH350 in the C10 match up in for the 4.3L in the S10? It's just a work truck with econo gears and I really have no need for 80mph low RPM cruising.
06-12-2006 09:26 PM
Drewnashty
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Originally Posted by tnsmith10
the 4.3 bellhousing is the same as the 350 (5.7) the 2.8 has the different bellhousing.
odds r though that ull want to have it built to handle the power from the 350...
Yes, I plan on doing a thorough rebuild, and parts upgrade.

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Originally Posted by Crosley
the mentioned 76 Blazer is a 2WD vehicle?
Yes it is.
06-12-2006 07:05 PM
Crosley the mentioned 76 Blazer is a 2WD vehicle?
06-12-2006 06:16 PM
tnsmith10 the 4.3 bellhousing is the same as the 350 (5.7) the 2.8 has the different bellhousing.
odds r though that ull want to have it built to handle the power from the 350...
06-12-2006 06:11 PM
Drewnashty It's the 4.3L, is it worth it to swap on different bell-housing? Or is that a non-interchangeable part.
06-09-2006 09:42 PM
airworld2
s-10

unless you have a v8 in your s10 , the answer is no 2.8 and older 4.3 are not the same bell housing
06-07-2006 04:08 PM
Drewnashty
S10 700R4 to 76 Blazer swap

Will my 700R4 from my '92 S10 bolt up in replace to my '76 Blazer with a TH350? And viceversa. I've read that the TH350 with the 9" tailshaft is nearly the same length as the 700r4 and I could use the same driveshaft. Is everything else going to bolt up correctly? I already figured that I may have to relocate the tranny mount.

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