TCI 204-2070-00 TH350 Transmission Mount for 1935-1940 Ford Chassis
- The tie rod ends and weld bungs are 3/4"-16 RH thread
- It is a one piece assembly designed to weld on to your chassis
- Features a one piece design for TH350 transmission applications
- This transmission mount is specially designed for the 1935-1940 Ford chassis
These weld-in style Turbo 350 transmission mount/wishbone split kits are for use with 1935-1940 Fords. They come complete with hardware and instructions. One piece design for TH350 transmission applications.
- Turbo 350 trans. mount/wishbone split kit for '35-'40 Fords
- Includes hardware and instructions
- Tie rod ends and weld bungs are 3/4"-16 RH thread
- One-piece assembly
The 350 turbo trans has a 20.375” mount length from the block to the center of the mount cushion.
Note: This kit splits the wishbone leaving it mounted in the same general area while allowing for the modern transmission and cushion to mount and have clearance for the tail shaft of common automatic transmissions such as the 350 Turbo. In some cases slotting the plate may be necessary for your personal preference.
Installation Guide (PDF)
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