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TH350 with 241.......INFO Please (UPDATE)

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by MTBLAZER89, Sep 26, 2003.

  1. MTBLAZER89

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    I posted awhile ago about this swap? Just wanted to know if this is all I need?? I know there is something you can do with swapping output shafts, but I really don't want to get that far into it. Kinda just lookin for a bolt together project. Thanks
     
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    Re: TH350 with 241.......INFO Please

    I couldn't find any specifications on the length of the adapter, etc. With out that information, it is impossible to determine whehter or not you'll need a new tail shaft. My GUESS, is that the adapter takes into consideration the differing tail shafts lengths, but it is just a guess. If I were you, I'd call Advanced Adapters and ask them to confirm you will not need a new tail shaft before plunking down any money for the adapter.
     
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    Re: TH350 with 241.......INFO Please

    All you need to find is a Th350 with a 208 behind it and swap the 208 for a 241. But I think the Th350 with a 203 behind it with the correct adaptor may work. Why dont you call Advance Adaptors and find out?
     
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    AA said that their kit comes with the adaptor and a longer output shaft for the TH350 all original driveshaft lengths are kept......OK how hard is it to put a new shaft in a TH350.
     
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    Re: TH350 with 241.......INFO Please

    What years/applications had a th350/np208? I thought 208's were either 700r4, th400, or sm465.
     
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    Re: TH350 with 241.......INFO Please

    I think it was like 81-83 that it ws offered.
     
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    Re: TH350 with 241.......INFO Please

    those years th350s also had lock up converters.
     
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    Re: TH350 with 241.......INFO Please

    The info I found was 1981-1985 offered a TH350/208.
     
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    Re: TH350 with 241.......INFO Please

    Yes it was offered, I've personally seen a TH 350/208 setup.
     
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    Re: TH350 with 241.......INFO Please

    Now I just need to find one /forums/images/graemlins/eek.gif /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     

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