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here is the 58 Chevy one

http://www.bowtieoverdrives.com/catalog/catalog_inc/viewitem.php?ITEMID=147

Paul

Thanks guys, this was perfect.

I have been getting more inquiries on 4L80 trans, which is a few inches longer then the 700R4. So I'm looking at making it adjustable to slide rearward to fit longer trans. The T400 is also longer. I know the lengths just needed to make sure where I'm at now.

Why they want to use the 4L80 is beyond me, I've always felt the 700 is the way to go, but then I also get inquiries for the Th400

I have been getting more inquiries on 4L80 trans, which is a few inches longer then the 700R4. So I'm looking at making it adjustable to slide rearward to fit longer trans. The T400 is also longer. I know the lengths just needed to make sure where I'm at now.

Why they want to use the 4L80 is beyond me, I've always felt the 700 is the way to go, but then I also get inquiries for the Th400

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I have been getting more inquiries on 4L80 trans, which is a few inches longer then the 700R4. So I'm looking at making it adjustable to slide rearward to fit longer trans. The T400 is also longer. I know the lengths just needed to make sure where I'm at now.

Why they want to use the 4L80 is beyond me, I've always felt the 700 is the way to go, but then I also get inquiries for the Th400

That being said I am on the fence if I am going to swap an LS into my 61 Brookwood project or just throw a 700R4 in it so this new crossmember you are working on should work with either one, correct? Do you have an idea when you might be ready to go with them? How much ?