Automatic Transmission Input Shafts
JEGS 603264 was designed to allow the use of a GM Turbo-Hydramatic (TH) style converter with a GM Powerglide transmission.
- Works with Following Gear Sets:
- 30 Converter Splines
- 19 Carrier Splines
- Hi-Flow Oil Passageway for Aftermarket Racing Converters equipped with a Severe Duty Bushing
- 300M Steel is high-strength vacuum-melted low alloy steel with high silicon composition and vanadium.
- No Bushing Journal on the Transmission Pump End of the Shaft
Repair Your Transmission Without Breaking the Bank
All JEGS GM Powerglide, TH350, TH400, 700R4, 4L60-E & 4L80-E Automatic Transmission Parts deliver strength and durability, giving you peace of mind with every shift.
Transmission Pan Gaskets have a glass-filled nylon or metal carrier with reusable silicone molded on the top and bottom. These are the same materials in many modern production engines. Plus, future transmission service will be easy because the old gasket won't need to be scraped off and replaced each time you drop the pan. Clean-up is simple with soap & water.
Heavy-Duty 4340M alloy steel Input & Output Shafts are ideal for high-horsepower applications. Also known as 300M, this type of alloy can be hardened to a greater thickness when compared to other steel blends, resulting in its use in aerospace and other areas where high-strength gears, axles, and spindles are required. JEGS offers shaft options for a variety of transmissions.
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