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Old 10-10-2010, 06:37 AM   #1
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Default how much does a TH400 weigh

I have a T56 now thinking about switching to a 400 anybody know the weight difference?
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Mine weighs 145lbs.
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Mine weighs 145lbs.
thats correct 146lbs. without the converter.
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Weight-
4l80e- wet 255
4l60e- wet 175
TH400- wet 140
TH350- wet 130
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Just about identical to the T56 in weight (my T56 was about 140 lbs...just sold it for a TH400)....then you have to add the converter. FWIW, that's probably about the same weight, if not less - depending on the converter, than the clutch, pressure plate, and flywheel.
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