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Old 03-20-2002, 06:20 PM
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i broke my tranny then i sent it into a tranny shop to get it fixed but they did not fix it prop because when i went underneath the truck i could push up and down on my drive shaft does that mean turbo 400 have diff sized splines.but the tranny i had was a slip on and the tranny a got was a bolt on but they used the slip on yoke. so i am looking for a bolt on turbo 400 with drive saft with it.

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Old 03-21-2002, 02:30 PM
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Need more info year of truck were you certain it was a 400 trans, it doesn't sound like it was,all
the400 trans I've seen had a slide on yoke with a bolt in the output shaft of and driveshaft bolts to it. Also 400 has larger yoke and more spines 350 has smaller yoke less slines. 350 yoke can,t fit a 400 and vise versa. It sounds almost like your truck has a older GM 375 auto trans in it not the 350 or 400. but this purely a guess.without knowing year of truck is the trans motor been changed.metric trans poss installed?????


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a turbo 375 is basically a turbo350 with one extra clutch and steel in each pack from the outside you couldn't tell the diffrence and in all the th400s I've seen I never saw a bolt on yoke not saying they didn't make one but I have seen thousands and never a bolt on. if the drive shaft yoke moves up and down after a rebuild it was only partially rebuilt probably they just put new clutches and steels along with a few gaskets and the output shaft berings weren't replaced
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Old 03-22-2002, 06:18 AM
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TOM COULD BE RIGHT, BUT WITH LITTLE INFO ON THE ORIGINAL PROBLEM I ONLY COULD SUPPLY A GUESS. I KNOW I SEEN A LOT OF CHEV VANS WITH THE BOLT ON U-JOINT FLANGE BOLTED TO TRANS THESE WERE 2 PIECE DRIVE SHAFTS. NOT KNOWING THE VEHICLE YEAR OR 1-2 PIECE SHAFT ONE CAN ONLY GUESS. I THINK HE SHOULD TAKE IT BACK TO THE SHOP WERE IT WAS DONE AND FIND OUT WHAT WAS DONE, AND TELL THEM TO FIX IT RIGHT!!! on the original post

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