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Old 09-17-2007, 08:28 PM
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Steel Case Powerglide??

Someone asked me about one that he is certain it's a steel case powerglide transmission. I haven't looked at it yet but I figured it may have come out of a truck but wasn't sure. Does anyone know if GM made such a bird and what they put them in? I only have seen the aluminum housing. I'm a TH350-400 guy not real familiar with the history of PG's.

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TT

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Someone asked me about one that he is certain it's a steel case powerglide transmission. I haven't looked at it yet but I figured it may have come out of a truck but wasn't sure. Does anyone know if GM made such a bird and what they put them in? I only have seen the aluminum housing. I'm a TH350-400 guy not real familiar with the history of PG's.

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TT

first generation of power glide was cast iron unit. Very heavy and not much like the aluminum glide
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Old 09-17-2007, 08:42 PM
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Thanks Crosley I'll give him the news. I'm sure he is thinking he has something "bulletproof" but probably not worth the trouble.

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