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Author Topic:   LONG DRIVESHAFT YOKE TRANNY END
fast19
Member
posted May 03, 2002 01:48 PM
you might want to check the yoke out of a older van or pickup with a long shaft t-350


ford5
Member
posted May 04, 2002 04:05 PM
i think you would be after an 88-92 chevy suburban 2wd 700R4 application they are quite a bit longer than stock 350's


powerglides
Member
posted May 05, 2002 10:05 PM
I've found mine under early (70-72) trucks. Watch out though, there's a difference in a yoke for an automatic transmission and one for a standard transmission. Make sure you get the right one.


Gene
Member
posted May 06, 2002 04:47 AM
they came on a Jeep Cherrokee.


TCI
Member
posted May 06, 2002 12:21 PM
GM 700R4's used the long style yoke. GM's part number is 7848635, but there pricey.
There's a place in California that has one I think for around $65-75.00. There number is 714-901-3611. Ther name is PowerTrain Industries.
Hope this helps!

Scott

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jammin
Administrator
posted May 06, 2002 01:16 PM
Thanks a million Scott.

jammin


redneck bubbas racing
Member
posted May 06, 2002 11:43 PM
Something else to consider guys. I put the big rearend in my metric car last year. I then tried to use a camaro driveshaft but it was a little bit short. I had a longer yoke so I put it on the shaft. It wasn't until I got under the car that I noticed the yoke wouldn't help me. It was a long yoke, however the splines were only as long as a short yoke, the rest was just a seal area I guess. Just something to remember when your in the yards looking.


TCI
Member
posted May 07, 2002 09:03 AM
Fast19, What transmission are you using?

Scott

fast19
Member
posted May 10, 2002 02:11 PM
I use a stock 3 speed from a 70's camaro. Maybe I need a TCI Glide!!!
It seems this is not an easy item to find, Keep giving me suggestions! Thanks Gene I will check out a Jeep Cherokee
Thanks
19

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