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Old 01-23-2013, 06:57 PM
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slide yoke variations s10 & c1500

I need help fast! I have recently installed a manual transmission in my 94 1500.It would be running down the road right now but i have a problem. I cant get the slide yoke to go in the transmission. I have absolutely no clue if the transmission came out of an s10 bassed vehicle or full sized truck. Does it make any difference at all with the slide yoke?

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Do the nv3500 transmission output shafts vary between the ones in the s10s and full size trucks? The trans I got is from an s10 to the best of my knowledge and I put it behind the 4.3 in my 1500? Do I need to get the yoke from an s10? I dont do any heavy pulling with my truck its just a 1/2 ton truck daily driver. I bought a yoke from a local guy that slid onto the shaft of an nv3500 that I asume was out of a full size truck cause its all he has on his yard. When I got it home and tied it it didnt slide onto the shaft. What yoke do I nred to get? This is very important cause I make a living with my truck. I need an answer fast.
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I merged your two threads on the same question into one thread.

FYI: the common term in the industry is "slip yoke" not slide yoke
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Count the splines on your output shaft and get a yoke to match.
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