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Length differences between Th350 and Th400.... will i need to change......

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Silver84k5, May 26, 2003.

  1. Silver84k5

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    Will i need to get the driveshafts lengthened and shortened to run a th400 instead of a the350 i will be keep the same style of tcase (205) thx
     
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    some please throw me a bone here
     
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    The overall length of the TH400 is 2 3/4" longer than a TH350. So, you'll need to decide whether you need new d-shafts, but I'm guessing yes.
    I got those numbers here. Not sure about the various tail-housing lengths though...sorry I can't be of much help.
     
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    hmm maybe its time to Lift the truck 2 more inches.. ;P thx

    oh btw i DLed that link, but then it wont open when its saved to my desktop, what is it?

    thx again
     
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