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Old 05-29-2011, 05:54 PM
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Hey all, to answer the question about the tranny swap from a 3sp manual to the th350. Yes the drive shaft has to be shortend. About 5" and the yolk has to be replaced as well. The splines are different. Brought it to a driveshaft shop and the whole job cost about $230. Balanced the entire two pc shaft and new ujoint at the yolk.

it is a drive shaft "yoke"


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62 impala tranny swap

Ok. To any who might be interested in a lil more info on the tranny swap (turbo 350) for an early 60's impala this might help. I needed to shorten the drive shaft in my 62 by about 5 inches. What I did was find a stock single piece shaft from a 70 chevelle that was almost a perfect fit. And it only cost me $45 bucks. I needed about 1/2 an inch off that so I found a yoke with a shorter base. Worked perfect. hope this will help the next guy.
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