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Post Info TOPIC: 1968 Chevrolet 168 tooth flexplate (flywheel) part number 3899688.


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1968 Chevrolet 168 tooth flexplate (flywheel) part number 3899688.


This flexplate fits all 1967 - 1968 Powerglide transmissions with 396 c.i. engines including Canadian Pontiacs.

It was also used on all 1969 Powerglides with 350 c.i. 300 horsepower engines and on 1970 Powerglides with 350 c.i. engines.

Has holes for both 1/2" and 3/8" torque converter bolts on 11 1/2" diameter.

The donor vehicle apparently met an early demise so this part is in very good condition with only a little normal wear on the starter side of the teeth.

Even if you don't need it now it would be an excellent item to have on your spare parts shelf.

Christmas Special -  Asking $25. plus the ride

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Just powerglide Bernie ? Would work for T400 ?

 

Regards, Scott (LandShark ...)



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LandShark68_2+2 wrote:

Just powerglide Bernie ? Would work for T400 ?

 

Regards, Scott (LandShark ...)


 Not sure about that. Maybe Carl can check out the application.smile



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In theory that should fit anything except the early 6 cylinders (235, 261 etc), or 292 or 400 small block or 454 because of balancing. I was trying to look to make sure that it has both bolt patterns for the torque converter bolts and I think it does?

When I swapped out the 194 to put the 427 in my 65 Acadian I used the 194 starter and flexplate on the 427. GM is wonderful with their coverage on parts interchange.

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Listed this for a friend that lives nearby.

He is an old GM mechanic, here is his answer:

After doing more research on the internet the answer is yes.

My parts book says that the TH 400 has an 11.5" bolt pattern and the TH uses 3/8" bolts.

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Sold thru Kijiji. Thanx for looking....smile



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