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It looks ready to run!
Did you figure out where it's leaking? Are you able to add adhesive backed foam or some other type of sealer to minimize the amount of water coming in?
 

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It looks ready to run!
Did you figure out where it's leaking? Are you able to add adhesive backed foam or some other type of sealer to minimize the amount of water coming in?
I have some foam tape to put on it. I just ran out of time getting it ready for Belton. It is much better with the vibration in check,, still have lots of things to do..just picked up a spare rear end to build with 3:55 gears and also swap in a 200/4r also..
 

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My 200-4R cannot keep up with my 350. I have been gentle with it until I can get my transmission guy to rebuild mine properly
What would you recommend then??
wellllll, at least you can say it has a nice set of matching wheels 😁
Yes sir it does, wait till you see the next set tho😜
 

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With a few mods the transmission can handle 700 hp. That's not how GM made em. I've got a good transmission guy, he's just busy.
It will work out
 
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