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Old 12-11-2009, 04:25 PM   #1
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WTB T350 or T400 that can use a 241.

Need a T350 or T400 that can use a 241. If it had a Np208 attached it will work also.
I bought a 241/D300 kit and found out that my T350/203 trannys shaft is too short.
Will trade the T350/203 if you need.
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Old 12-11-2009, 05:40 PM   #2
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Need a T350 or T400 that can use a 241. If it had a Np208 attached it will work also.
I bought a 241/D300 kit and found out that my T350/203 trannys shaft is too short.
Will trade the T350/203 if you need.
You need to find a short output shaft out of a 2wd th350. These can be cut down and modified to fit your 241. TransDapt also used to make a spacer to fit a 2wd short shaft th350 in where a 700r4 was. This kit was just a rear housing spacer, and also required a lil modification to the output shaft length. Good luck, hope this helps you out.
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