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Diff is nodular iron Daytona. Looking at the gap between yoke and pinion support, did we buy the wrong yoke?

The nut is torqued to around 200 lb/ft. Pre-load is within spec.

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...the Daytona yoke is shorter on the splined length by about 0.200. Does the threaded pinion stem extend through the locknut?
The locknut is flush with end of the pinion shaft. Turns out you are very close on the .200". I see where Strange makes a yoke that is .188" shorter. The one we have is P/N U2202. Looks like we need U2203HD.

lmsport -- Thanks for your help. I think you also helped me when I was rebuilding the Trac-Lok two years ago. My buddy is just now getting ready to install it under his 56 Chevy project car.

Eric -- Sounds like the current yoke will work OK, but he'll probably spring for the U2202HD.
 

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