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Old 12-08-2010, 08:29 PM
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th350 burnt cluthes

So I took th350 trans apart. Forward clutch pack is burnt smack up and the intermediate pack is starting to burn. Talked to hughes tech guy. He said to put a reman pump and new set of clutches in it. Is there a place that I can just buy the clutches for trans and not the whole pump? And a front pump? Are the red clutches the best or do they make better ones?

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The Alto Red Eagles should be good. There're others, Raybestos Red Stage 1's, Blue Plate Specials are probably best but may be overkill & are pricier.

A Remanned Pump is fairly cheap. If yours has wear in the Body/Cover it will require machine work. The clearances are critical for proper operation.
Inspect everything before you buy or order parts.

Parts:
http://www.makcotransmissionparts.com/350-350C.html
http://www.transmissionpartsusa.com/...arts_s/598.htm

Rebuild Info:
http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/th35...ch-145361.html
http://th350.netfirms.com/browser.htm
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Buy OEM quality and you will be fine.

Borg Warner , Allomatic, Raybestos are all good brands, they should be a lower price than the fancy red or blue or other color materials.

Also , kolene steel plates are un-needed
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air check the clutch pack to be sure there isn't eccessive clearance.
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Thanks for the replys. Appreciate the info
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