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Tail Shaft Housing...Long or Short???

I know most TH350 tail shaft housings are either 6 or 9 inches. I tried measuring the one I bought a week or two ago and it was in the sorta in the middle. Where do I need to measure from to find the true legth of the housing? Thanks_LT1_Performance

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Where it bolts to the case, to the end of the housing, is where I measure.
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I thought so but, thats odd...

Well initially thats what I assumed but when I pulled out the tape measure it was around 7 to 7.5 which I thought was kinda odd. I know the TH350 had other tailshafts, does anyone know their measurments? Thanks_LT1_Performance
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The 700R4 housing is about 7 and 1 quarter inchs long.

Does YOUR TH350 have a modulator? The 700R4 will not.
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