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vega auto trans tail-housing interchang w/th350?

I have a vega auto trans, not shure what its called. It has no cooler and air holes in the bell housing. question is I need a tailhousing for a th350 and it looks like it might be the same? any input appreciated.

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It's probaly a TH250 in a Vega, but the extension housing should change out, as long as they're the same lenth. The Vega TH350 extension housing probably has a boss on the underside for the anti-vibration weight. You could also use the Vega converter for a little higher stall.
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if your lookin for tailpiece for a vega/monza with torque arm mount there was 2 on ebay a few days ago
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I have a vega auto trans, not shure what its called. It has no cooler and air holes in the bell housing. question is I need a tailhousing for a th350 and it looks like it might be the same? any input appreciated.
If the Vega housing is held on with 4 bolts and is 6" long it will work on any other TH250/TH350 transmission needing the same length tail.
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