THM200 shift cable bracket vs TH350 bracket

SouthernGentleman01

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This bracket...
 

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ELCAM

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I don't think so, the pan and pan bolts are different so the mounting holes probably wont line up.

B-48 is the 200
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B-45 is the 350
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Ribbedroof

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I'm not sure the floor shifter was even available with the TH200...GM had a pretty complicated trans selection system based on model, engine, option content. There may never have been such a bracket manufactured.
 

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I'm not sure the floor shifter was even available with the TH200...GM had a pretty complicated trans selection system based on model, engine, option content. There may never have been such a bracket manufactured.
My first g body was a 79 Cutlass with a th200 and a floor shifter. So they are out there you just have to find one.
 
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Ribbedroof

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I'd bet most of them got chunked along with the trans, as the solution to TH200 problems "in the day" was to replace with TH350s

Would be much easier to use the 2004R or TH350 bracket and modify the mount flange as required, IMO.
 
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PBGBodyFan

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I stumbled across one when converting my wagon to floor shift with the TH-200. I think plenty of them made, many or most(?) A/early G-bodies with floor shift had TH-200’s.

I believe specific to the trans pan and also made aftermarket now for like $35
 
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