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torque converter interchangeability

I have a brand new stock torque converter for a 700-r4 and was woundering if it was compatable with my th-400 trans. I am rebuilding, are there torque converter cross refrences as to which transmissions share the same torque converter? I think the 700r4 converter is a lock up and I think the th400 is a non lock up. Thanks bunches.

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They are not interchangable..

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but just for refrence are there any that are between trans? or does every trans have its own.
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th-350 and th-400 intercahnge, and will interchange with a powerglide if it has the input shaft replaced with a th-shaft,,, but not with a stock one..

Also the lock-up, non-lock up are not interchangable even in the same family

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