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Old 04-14-2010, 10:37 PM
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TH-350 shift kit/TH-400 rebuild

Can anyone recommend a good shift kit for a 82 TH-350 non lock up tranny. It will be put behind a 383 that is going in my caprice. Also i have a 77 CJ-7 with a TH-400 that needs a rebuild, my question is will any TH-400 rebuild kit work in this 4x4 tranny. I have done some research on this tranny and i think that GM made this model TH-400 with a jeep bolt pattern bell housing, some CJ's came with a GM bell housing and used an adapter plate to attach it to the engine and some had the jeep bell housing. I dont know if that will make a difference when buying a rebuild kit. Just so there is no confusion im not trying to put the 4x4 TH-400 into my caprice i just wanted to see if anyone could give my some info on it while i asked about the TH-350 shift kit.

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Originally Posted by Caprice Sleeper
Can anyone recommend a good shift kit for a 82 TH-350 non lock up tranny.
TransGo products will work well for your project
Dont worry how old you are... it is the mileage on your body that adds up.
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