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Old 04-25-2009, 08:20 PM
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Need help for transmission yoke for turbo 350

Hello guys I was lucky today to be able to get a turbo 350 transmission from a friend but he wanted to keep the yoke from it but all the rest is mine. Ok I don't know much about transmissions so please be gentle with me. I will be putting this turbo 350 in a 1996 chevy s 10 and it currently has a 700r4 or 4l60 transmission in it with no electronics what so ever. So I know its one of them two. The engine its bolted up to is a carbed 350 vortec. Ok the driveshaft is the original that cam with the truck. Ok what yoke do I need for the 350 turbo transmission to work with my driveshaft? Dont have a clue I checked summitracing ebay etc and I just want a stock replacement yoke not some high priced racing one. This is only a daily driver truck. I am guessing its 27 spline. It is a nonlockup type. Also any websites out there that sells stock replacement yokes for under 40 bucks instead of over 100 plus at other sites. Thanks for any help
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The 700R yoke is the same as the TH350 yoke--27 spline.
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Hello thanks for the info I appreciate it. I kind of thoght that it would work fine but I was not for sure a hundred percent. Have a nice day
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both are 27 spline same

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Most GM small & medium vehicles with in-line transmissions use 27 splines. Most of the larger vehicles use 32 splines. A few use other spline counts, like 10 splines for many SM465 standards.
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Hey thanks guys i do thank you for your help i appreciate it. I have bought over 5000 bucks for my truck and am just finishing it off and am at the end of my spending budget here and that saved me some cash. Thanks again
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Hi Eric,just curious,why do you want to replace a 700r4 with a 350 trans?????????
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Well the reason is for one the 350 turbo is cheaper to build and and costs way less to get parts for then the 700r4. Also its way stronger for a 400 horespower 350 I am building and putting into my truck. i also just like the 350 more. I know the 0.75 gear vs the 1.0 of the turbo but I just like how it handles my ride more. Also I am really tight on money right now and it was what i could afford at this time. Bottom line cheaper to build a 350 turbo and its way stronger then a 700r4.
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Old 04-28-2009, 08:58 PM
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when the 700r4 in the 91 s-10 ever dies it will get a th350

no need for overdrive in a vehicle with highway ratio axle in it, 2.73 and 3.07 etc

the 82 K-10 was originally 700r4 equipped also, and it had a th350 put in it long ago. axles under it are 2.73. had that th350 rebuilt a few years back by a friend who owned his own transmission shop, before he closed and sold out and changed careers. i helped him clean out and got all the parts he had, to scrap, a whole pickup load full of loose trans parts, 4,440lb load i remember on the scrap ticket.

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