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#1448292 Sat Apr 16 2022 11:16 AM
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After being parked since the fall, my TH350 transmission was low on ATF. Wouldn't back up, dipstick was dry. I found silicone sealant around the speedometer drive gear. Apparently the PO had issues before I got the truck. Just wondering if a gear from a TH400 would fit, just happen to have one of those. I am not concerned about speedometer accuracy too much. The truck is a 1986 C10.

Leo #1448367 Sat Apr 16 2022 11:02 PM
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The 350 should have a little bullet looking holder while the 400 has a bigger housing type holder. https://www.tciauto.com/speedometer-gear-calculator lots of information here.


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