Re: 350 Flywheel
You have an automatic transmission, so you will be using a flexplate.
If your 350 is an '85 and earlier, yes, the 327 flexplate will fit.
But before its bolted up to the engine, compare the bolt pattern of the torque convertor to the flexplate. If they match, you're good to go.
If not, no match, you have a couple choices,
1. Buy the flexplate to fit the t/conv and its corresponding starter
1a. 153-tooth f/plate uses a starter with the mounting bolts in line and the outside bolt is short in length.
1b. 168-tooth f/plate uses a starter with the mounting bolts staggered and both bolts are the same length.
2. Visit an aftermarket retailer and purchase a 153-tooth f/plate with a dual bolt pattern.
Be sure to check starter pinion gear mesh. You might need shims.
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