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Old 08-04-2012, 12:21 PM
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Originally Posted by 0trbo4myCHEVUICK View Post
Im just wondering what the differences are between the denny's conversion yoke( Denny's Driveshaft #SY10-32-CB ) and my bolt in yoke, i know my bolt in yoke has straps for the u joint and is hollow to allow for the bolt and washer. Once i weld that hole shut, what makes it different from a slip yoke? The spline length? Ive got 3 3/4" of spline on this yoke.
Like you said earlier, it has a longer machined out area that rides on the output shaft seal. If you can machine it out cheaper than buying one, go for it.

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This is a easy fix.. Buy a normal Th-400 yoke and have it counter bored. It will work just fine.
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