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Old 11-09-2008, 05:52 PM   #1
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350 short tail or long tail

I have 2 older transmissions, Both rebuilt and ready to go in.

Would I have to get my driveshaft cut for the short tail 350?

After I switch the tranny would there be a need for the computer?
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Re: 350 short tail or long tail

Depends on what trans your car has and what year your car is, A driveshaft from a 82 with a TH200c or 4-speed will work with the short tail TH350, and a T-5 or TH700R4 driveshaft will work with the long tail TH350.
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Depends on what trans your car has and what year your car is, A driveshaft from a 82 with a TH200c or 4-speed will work with the short tail TH350, and a T-5 or TH700R4 driveshaft will work with the long tail TH350.
It has the 700r4, its an 84 camaro.
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Re: 350 short tail or long tail

Then use the long tailshaft TH350. If you use a short tailshaft TH350, you'll need the longer driveshaft from a third gen that has a 200c transmission or have a longer one made.
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Then use the long tailshaft TH350. If you use a short tailshaft TH350, you'll need the longer driveshaft from a third gen that has a 200c transmission or have a longer one made.
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