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Old 05-21-2002, 05:23 AM
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I have read that a TH200 transmission would fit nicely where my TH350 now resides (in 51 Chevy pickup with mild 350 engine) Truck has 3.50 gears and will not be used for official racing. Will be used for cruising, and I like the idea of an overdrive. Does anyone have any experience with this transmission? Thank you.

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As long as your not gonna race it a stock
200 will be nice.Putting one in a 89 chevy wagon
with a 400 horse 350 as we speak.Good Luck.
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i once had a 51 chevy pickup i never completed it but my intent was there but no $ at the time. if your th350 is good i wouldn't change it i've blown up 3 th200s if you want an overdrive ive heard the th700s are stronger i dont know about the fit though.
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200r has a .63 overdrive with those 350gears should be perfection.200Rs are as strong as the 700R just different gearing
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dont have any personal experience other than the guy at the junkyard said no way to the 200 when i suggested it to him. only time i ever heard him swear, actually! he recommended the 700 for me and my pontiac w/adapter plate. but i so rarely freeway drive that i just might go for the th350 instead to replace my pg. when they are rebuilt! or aftermarket, then they are strong units. i think the brand new summit catolog lists all the lengths of the various transmissions in their tranny section. wow, tom, you been here six months longer than me!
sorry, it wasnt the summit catolog it is

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