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07-05-2006 07:11 AM
tnsmith10
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Originally Posted by fast68
length isnt going to tell us anything to do with the age, all four lengths were made all years '69-85


around 1980 there was a BOP fits all case pattern and lockup converter, but thats the only external things changed over the years

it doesnt really mater what year it is anyways, what is more important is what application is came from, IE how strong the internals and packs and such are,

if it was behind a v-6 or small v-8 then it will need work and $ spent on it to be trustworthy behind any larger engine

also whether it is a 60 degree or a 90 degree housing

if 60 degree then its about useless except behind 4 cyl and most 6 cyl eng



good luck
have u got any pics of a 60 degree bellhousing th350??? if so, id love to see them... btw., the 700r4 came out in 82, so who says its not a 700r4?
oldguy, can u produce a pic ot the trans please? we can help u figure out what it is...
07-03-2006 05:09 PM
fast68 length isnt going to tell us anything to do with the age, all four lengths were made all years '69-85


around 1980 there was a BOP fits all case pattern and lockup converter, but thats the only external things changed over the years

it doesnt really mater what year it is anyways, what is more important is what application is came from, IE how strong the internals and packs and such are,

if it was behind a v-6 or small v-8 then it will need work and $ spent on it to be trustworthy behind any larger engine

also whether it is a 60 degree or a 90 degree housing

if 60 degree then its about useless except behind 4 cyl and most 6 cyl engines





good luck
07-01-2006 08:06 AM
Chazmac Pictures??
Is there an electrical connector on the drivers side of the trans above the pan gasket area?
Overall length?
06-28-2006 11:56 AM
oldguy829
ID this transmission?

I have a TH350 that I think is early 80's the only numbers i can find are 50
and below that 8640300. Can anyone help? thanks.

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