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Old 12-26-2011, 08:34 PM
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Trobo 350 With 9" Long Out Put Shaft Housing

Hey.. I bought a rebuild turbo 350 at a swap meet this past month in a box. When I got it home and out of the box, I noticed it had a longer tail shaft than the one in my 29 ford sedan. (Mine is a Tubo 350 C Short Housing). So now I will sell my new transmission. What make / models used the longer output housings?

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Old 12-27-2011, 02:55 AM
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Yep! Thanks, that is what I thought.... Anyone need a truck turbo 350?
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Why not change the shaft and keep it for your vehicle? Isn't that why you bought it in the first place?
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Why not change the shaft and keep it for your vehicle? Isn't that why you bought it in the first place?
NOT a bolt on deal. Trans must be completely disassembled.
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NOT a bolt on deal. Trans must be completely disassembled.
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Hey.. I bought a rebuild turbo 350 at a swap meet this past month in a box.
When I read it, I assumed that he meant that he bought a disassembled transmission in a box. I did not read rebuild as rebuilt. Now that I have reread the entire post, I see where he meant rebuilt and not rebuild.

And changing the shaft in an assembled transmission is quite hard without disassembly.
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