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400/203 Complete, also Ultra Bells

Discussion in 'Engine | Tranny | T-case' started by BadDog, Apr 29, 2007.

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    BadDog SOL Staff Member Super Moderator Author

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    I posted this in the regional earlier today. Local only, but maybe someone's passing your way? CO guys can check with Harley among others.

    Parts Page
     
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    Ultra bell, for what tranny?
     
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    Fits Th350 and Th400.
     
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    Looking for anything in trade?
     
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    Depends on what, but probably not. Health issues are a big part of what is causing me to scale back and eliminate projects I'm unlikely to ever get around to. If things don't start looking up, I'll likely be parting out the truggy once I get some room...
     
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    Russ,

    How ya been...?

    Hey, I looked it up on jegs.com and it lists:
    92451 ---> T400
    92452 ---> T350

    If it's T400, I may know a guy who wants it!

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    BadDog SOL Staff Member Super Moderator Author

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    Yeah, I remember I that questioned the part numbers too, but I also talked to the guy that makes them, and I distinctly recall he said it fit either one. It's been a while though, and I don't recall why the separate part numbers, so it might be worth verifying.
     
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    Just called and confirmed, 350 and 400 are the same. The only reason for the numbers is so they have an idea how many are going to each application. There are no differences at all...

    http://www.racewithjw.com/NewProducts.php
     
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    Ok.... Obviously Iceman is first... but I've got the Ultra Bell sold here if it comes to me!

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    If you notice on the parts page, there are 2... ;)
     
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    Give MARV one, I am still thinking about this.
    But yeah th400 and th350 are the same.
    PowerGlide is different.
    Then they also have them for adapting GM to a ford engine, Jeep engine, dodge engine...:D

    By the way you say the first one has countersunk bolt holes?
    Why?
     
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    Yes, one has the countersinks lowered by about 1/8 (IIRC) to clear the bolts from hitting the larger truck style 12" converters. There is still plenty of meat and talking to the maker (before I did it), he was certain this will not affect strength in any appreciable way.
     

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