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Is the th350 a good transmission with a inline 6 258? Looking to put it all in my dj5. It's all out of a 82 wagoneer.
 

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th350 in a waggy? are you sure you don't mean TH400?

400 will have a pan shaped like illinois and a 6 bolt flange on back

TH350 has a square pan with a clipped corner and a 4 bolt flange and will be 27 spline..
 

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Yea it's a square with a corner clipped off the side. I thought it had a 400 to but I looked up the pans and its a 350 pan.
 

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Are you stretching it? That's a lot of tranny for a 5.
 

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The th350 is a fine automatic transmition. It is shorter and lighter than the th400, and takes less horsepower to make operate. driveshaft clearance may be an issue though.
 

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Funny, I now know what Illinois is shaped like. :grinpimp:
 

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it came behind small block mopars for many years.. theres alot of parts made to strength them up. i know the one in my buddys duster took a beating every single day.. behind a 258 it'll probably live a long life!
 

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That's a torqueflight 904. The clipped corner is on the wrong side, not to mention I don't think I've ever heard of a th350 in a waggy...only the th400 as previously mentioned.

Look at the pans in this picture. Th350 is top left and A-904 is bottom right.

http://racetrans.com/racetrans html/bellhousing_id.html
Actually, I think it's probably a TF999. The 904/909 only came behind I-4
engines in Jeeps and the 999 came behind the I-6 and V8 engines.
 

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Actually, I think it's probably a TF999. The 904/909 only came behind I-4
engines in Jeeps and the 999 came behind the I-6 and V8 engines.
Interesting thought, but look at the bolt holes. The pan in his picture has 2 bolt holes on the straight part of the clipped side, yours has 4.
 

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Interesting thought, but look at the bolt holes. The pan in his picture has 2 bolt holes on the straight part of the clipped side, yours has 4.
Huh ??? They look the same to me. I think you're looking at it wrong.
 
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