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Old 03-17-2012, 09:12 AM
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Drive lines interchangable?

As far as I understand (and I may be wrong) but the 1st gen F-bodies and the 2nd gen F-bodies have the same exact wheel base, so my question lies with will the drive line from a first gen Camaro/Firebird fit into a second gen Camaro/Firebird considering that they both have a Th350? I have searched everywhere and cant find an answer. I have looked to buy a new one but every place I have looked including Jeg's and Summit have them for 67-69 and 82-(93?) at any rate they totally skip over all second gen years. I have even tried looking up the length of the second gen drive line to compare lengths and I couldn't find it. (I am normally pretty good at finding what I am looking for) I thank you in advance for any help.

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Ok, I will check it out. I have read a couple threads on there before but didn't find the information that I wanted. It never specifically said that the drive lines will interchange with each other. If I was home I would be able to go and measure the one that is on my other Firebird and compare it.
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