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prairiehotrodder

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do you mean extra clutches? They are in trannies that have been rebuilt and machined to accept them.
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prairiehotrodder

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a big truck would not have a turbo 350. Turbo 350 was not used in heavy duty applications. I have seen them in 3/4 tons behind a 350 or a 400 small block but nothing more HD than that.
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SSedan64

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Increasing TH350 clutch count.

Info here >>
 
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desbird

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trucks in 69 20 seris on one car part site had a power glide listed the trans in got for parts was suppose to be out of a dump truck 69 long tail shaft WHERE DO I FIND CODE this trans is a 350
 

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If and that's a subjective "if" it was serviceable item, someone has parts for it. Two of the better online parts houses I have found are:
and
They both have tech lines, staffed by some fairly knowledgeable people.
 
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SSedan64

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desbird said:
WHERE DO I FIND CODE this trans is a 350
TH 350 ID Codes:
69-72 Buick = Model & Calibration stamped on 1-2 Accumlator cover.
73-81 Buick / Chevy = Model stamped on Governor cover and Calibration stamped on right side verticle surface of Pan. Chevy Pan code only indicates Plant, Year, Month, Day of Month & Shift.
About 80-81 the TH350C got the Calibration Ink stamped or Stickered on the Bellhousing. Easliy removed when cleaning.

Vin # = Chevy, stamped on right side of Case just above Pan rail towards front.
Vin # Buick, stamped on left side of Case near Manual shaft.

If you get a Trans that's been rebuilt, the Gov, Acc. & Pan cover could have easily been changed.
 
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