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The last 727? Who good on decoding numbers? #2655969
05/16/19 09:51 AM
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Looking for some decoding help...
Have what possibly be the last non lock up SB 727 ever made?
Came out of a mid 80s camper with a 360. Had to be a dealer replacement.

It's a non lock up 727 with the cut out for crank sensor. Has 518 internals.

Looked like brand new inside with very little dirt on the case.

Only internal date stamps I can find are 94 on valvebody, And 96 on the forward clutch pack piston.
Anyone ever seen a 96 non lock up 727? Me either. LOL

Pan rail numbers are PK4761452 3068 3004
Also has these numbers on tail housing. 5305 4412539

Any help much appreciated! Thanks

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Re: The last 727? Who good on decoding numbers? [Re: 727builder] #2655978
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Re: The last 727? Who good on decoding numbers? [Re: 727builder] #2655979
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Re: The last 727? Who good on decoding numbers? [Re: RapidRobert] #2655997
05/16/19 11:37 AM
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90-91-92 Jeep Wagoneer, Dodge D350 SB/V6 non-L/O is what I'm seeing.

But one source says 4761451AB is a door shell for a Dodge Monoco.

Factory re-man maybe? Non-L/O and L/O cases interchangable? That's a strange one.


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