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Old 03-09-2007, 02:34 PM
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th350 trans id

am i correct in thinking some th350's where built a little different then others.
how would i find out what my trans came out of ? the only numbers on the trans are191198463 located on the right hand side on the lower lip of the bell housing. the other number is 110214-a-8340820 i belive and it is located on the driver side about mid bell housing. im posting a few pics. these are the only numbers on this trans. is the trans a after market trans. i was told it could be a boss because of the location of the 191 number but iv also found that it coul just be a pre 72. any one have any more information about this

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i believe....

the 350 and the 400 are damn near identical... bolts up the same...

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re: th350 trans id

Yes there was a heavy duty model call a "TH-375", same option was available for the TH-400.
Other than trying to look up the serial number I'm not sure how you would know. Otherwise the case is identical.
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i was...

actually gonna use the t350 to bolt up to the turbo 400 motor in the 78 trans am i have... but... yea... whats it going into and what motor are you putting it against???

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the 350 and the 400 are damn near identical... bolts up the same...

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Well, they bolt up to the block the same assuming you have the TH350 Chevy bolt pattern bell housing compared to a TH400 Chevy bolt pattern bell housing. Same thing goes for the BOP bell housing bolt patterns. Then there are the dual pattern units.

After that, the TH400 has a case mounted center support inside. This makes the body of the tranny longer. It also usually uses a larger output shaft. So, the rear mount location is different, meaning you move the crossmember back for a 400. You will most probably have to get a 400 yoke for a 400 or a 350 yoke (fits glides and most sticks as well) for a 350. The OAL is most probably different (not sure if the 9" tail on the 350 makes it the same as a 400 length or not), so you will have to get the driveshaft cut (or a new one if you are going to a shorter trans).

Here is a great page.

http://www.tciauto.com/Products/TechInfo/trans_dims.asp

Just checked there and it looks like the 12" tailhousing 350 and the "D" tailhousing 400 are the same length.
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here are the picks of my trans im surtain its a th350 just not shure as to anything more than that. it does not have the torque lock up
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its going into a chevrolet c10 76 with a 350
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That is definitely a th350.
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Pan shape will tell you that it is NOT a 400, which is a totally different transmission.

Variations in 350s can be ID'd by the electrical connections on the trans for a lock-up torque converter, etc.
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yes the shorter th400 are virtually identical length a the 9" th350


yep
and thats a th350 as long as its a 9" tail, or if theres not a big X across the pan


if there was then its a TH250

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