TCI's Powerglide/TH350 Transmission Stands are a terrific way to store and transport any Powerglide or TH350 transmission. Built from high-quality steel and powdercoated for long life, these stands will deliver years of service and avoid costly damage to expensive transmissions. Best of all, TCI Transmission Stands ensure your transmission will be ready to go when the time comes for vehicle installation. By keeping the transmission level and clean, it can be filled with fluid and ready to install without the chance of spillage which can create an unsafe workplace.
For those looking to maintain a professional looking shop or trailer and protect your transmission investment, a TCI Powerglide/TH350 Transmission Storage Stand is the perfect solution.
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Is there one on here that will fit a A727? Dosent seem to be very many options.
Will this work for a turbo 400?
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