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Borg Warner Super T-10 information please..

I need to know the correct yoke length for a Super T-10 transmission. I sent my Son's T-10 off to get rebuilt awhile back and think I got someone else's yoke back by mistake. From what I remember the yoke I had originally was quite a bit longer than the one I have now and I'm a little worried if I run the short one I might have some bushing problems if it isn't right. I've been browsing the internet trying to figure out what yoke this trans calls for but can't seem to find any info. Ebay is offering numerous yokes that say they fit the TH400, Muncie and T-10 but I really think there is a length difference. Does anyone here know for sure if the T-10 takes a specific length yoke? Are there length differences? Thanks in advance for any info, or links, Bob

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When I put a Ford T10 in my 66 Comet, I used a C4 auto trans yoke. The spline count was correct, but I had to have the yoke shortened to fit the T10 transmission. I have put over 50,000 miles on it and have not had one problem. If the spline count is correct, you should not have any problem with it, if you have to shorten the yoke. Though I had a drive shaft shop put the yoke in a lathe and turn it down. The shop told me it is very easy to mess up a yoke, so I paid them $20 to shorten it.
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The Super T-10 uses a th400 yoke the muncies and saginaws use a th350 yoke.
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Your Super T10 uses the T400 yoke for the 6" tail shaft.

The yoke is about 3-1/2" into the tail housing. If your parts guy needs make and model, 1969 camaro 396 with T400.
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