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might have to do that speed bump because I am not finding any long enough
but the yoke I have takes a 3r u-joint so I bought a 1310 to 3r conversion u-joint will I still need that and my old yoke?

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The yoke I have is about 7 3/4 from the centerline of the joint to the end of the spline, so that's about 6" of machined seal surface. It does take a 1310 joint so your conversion joint would work but the seal surface is 1.890 or there abouts. I may have a housing that will work but I'd have to dig through my junk. Let me know.
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yea that sounds about right my driveshaft is a 1310 also so I could use a straight 1310 u-joint with that but how would I go about getting that from you?
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Send me a PM if that seal surface diameter etc. is right for you.
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The large dia seal surface in 1.875.
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yea the yoke I have is perfect the Tail housing is just for the 1.688 and I needed the tail housing for the 1.8
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I don't think a stock 9-1/2" tail exists with 1-7/8" bore. I know that stock tails 7" long do not exist with any bore.
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7 3/4 do I have to cut a 1/2 or so off I have the yoke just gotta get a new tail housing
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7 3/4 do I have to cut a 1/2 or so off I have the yoke just gotta get a new tail housing
Then you have the only one in existence. In the thousands of 400s I have owned I have never seen one. Neither has a competitor of mine who has been in business for over 50 years.

What is the casting number on your tail housing?
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i will look at the casting the yoke is not factory it is 7.x inches I dont remember exactly I would have to look.
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you say the yoke ''slides' over the output shaft in your 1st post...does that mean it ''splines'' onto the shaft,or ''slides'' over it.....makin sure you don't have a TH375 trans here...
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Sorry my mistake it splines over the shaft.
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