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Nice to see ya again Daniel,
 
http://www.novak-adapt.com/knowledge/transmissions/automatic/th350
 
The above link is a great book about the th350 and its history. This book will help you in identifying whether or not this is a th350c. After you're description of the wires and the production year I'm going to say it is a th 350c. That means it does not absolutely require you have a lock-up torque converter. You would have to get a computer and wire it in. You will lose a little bit of gas efficiency for Highway and long trip, however I don't believe that's the life you're going to deal to that project.
The above link is a great book about the th350 and its history. This book will help you in identifying whether or not this is a th350c. After you're description of the wires and the production year I'm going to say it is a th 350c. That means it does not absolutely require you have a lock-up torque converter. You would have to get a computer and wire it in. You will lose a little bit of gas efficiency for Highway and long trip, however I don't believe that's the life you're going to deal to that project.

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Edit by: Jonathan T Carlson ,

Text:

Nice to see ya again Daniel,
 
http://www.novak-adapt.com/knowledge/transmissions/automatic/th350
 
The above link is a great book about the th350 and its history. This book will help you in identifying whether or not this is a th350c. After you're description of the wires and the production year I'm going to say it is not a a th 350c. That means it does not absolutely require you have a lock-up torque converter. You will lose a little bit of gas efficiency for Highway and long trip, however I don't believe that's the life you're going to deal to that project.
The above link is a great book about the th350 and its history. This book will help you in identifying whether or not this is a th350c. After you're description of the wires and the production year I'm going to say it is not a a th 350c. That means it does not absolutely require you have a lock-up torque converter. You will lose a little bit of gas efficiency for Highway and long trip, however I don't believe that's the life you're going to deal to that project.

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Original post by: Jonathan T Carlson ,

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Nice to see ya again Daniel,

http://www.novak-adapt.com/knowledge/transmissions/automatic/th350

The above link is a great book about the th350 and its history. This book will help you in identifying whether or not this is a th350c. After you're description of the wires and the production year I'm going to say it is not a 350c. That means it does not absolutely require you have a lock-up torque converter. You will lose a little bit of gas efficiency for Highway and long trip, however I don't believe that's the life you're going to deal to that project.

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