Discussion in 'The Garage' started by chevyuser74, Nov 4, 2006.
how much would u pay for this combo
I wish I could find one local around 250.00 range but most I find are around 450-500 range
In my area, as cheap as $450 but usually not... and on average $700 for a good usable combo. I've sold a good used TH400/205 with drivelines and all parts for $700, and the latest one I sold the 400/205 along with frame cab and nose clip of the truck for $700.
My last working condition 400/205 with fixed yoke I bought was $300 and I bought a round pattern 205 for $150.
The last combo I had sold for $700. They were out of an '86 K30.
is it worth anymore if the th400 has "HD" stamped on it?
I sold that combo not too long ago for a grand.
the adapter will go for as much as $200-230 just itself. last one i looked at on ebay went for $237 and had 32 bidders. kinda hard to find in some area's of the U.S.
This thread is interesting to me. I happen to have one of these. Was curious of the worth myself.
The value is in the adapter and the 205. Check out the cost of the input gear, case boring, and rear fixed-yoke output.
Nobody pays for TH400 cores anymore.
what would u look for
what would u watch out for when buying this combo and what would u ask? i mean this combo is pretty much indestructable right? it will bolt up to a 350 right? stupid question but i have to ask
slip yoke? fixed yoke?
If the trans pan/seal looks like its been leaking, there's a good chance its been run low a few times and shortened its lifespan significantly. (I speak from experience. )
slip yoke is one u slide the drive shaft on and fixed yoke is a bolt on? i should really know this stuff i work at a garage, i just dont want to be taken or ripped off the guy has a 400/205 hes asking 400 and i dont want to be taken cus i usually am but thats how i learn i guess, dont make the same mistake twice
check for evidence of leaks, and see if can you shift it easily.
Separate names with a comma.