GM Transmission Front Driveshaft Slip Yoke, 27-Spline, 6-3/4 Inch
Universal Fit, 1310 Yoke U-Joint Series, 27 Spline Count, 1-3/16" Spline End, Steel, Natural
- This 6-3/4" slip yokes help compensate for extreme travel rear suspension set-ups or driveshaft lengths slightly shorter than needed
- Fits the common GM 1-3/16" x 27 splined output shafts found on GM 3 and 4 speed manual, TH350, Powerglide, 700R4, 4L60, and 200-4R transmissions
- Longer length has 4 3/4" of slip length - note stock transmissions will need the output shaft modified in order for the entire slip length to be inserted
- Commonly used for Modifieds, Sport Mods, and Late Models with Bert, Brinn, and Falcon transmissions
- Uses 1310 U-joint with external snap rings which is very common and easy to find conversion U-joints if needed
Longer slip yokes help compensate for extreme travel rear suspension set-ups or drive shaft lengths slightly shorter than needed. Yoke is grooved for external u-joint cap retaining clips. Works with 1310 series U-joints.
This front driveshaft slip yoke measures 6-3/4" from the centerline of the u-joint to the front edge. Length of machined part of yoke is 4-3/4".
Fits over the output shaft of the following transmissions:
- Common GM/Saginaw 3 & 4 speed transmissions with a 1-3/16" x 27 spline output shaft
- Powerglide, T-350, 700R-4, 200R-4, and 4L60 automatic transmissions
- Muncie M20/M21 and Borg Warner T-5, T-10 & T-56 27-spline manual transmissions
Item DetailsFor 3-7/32" X 1-1/16" u-joints
( T350 ) - GM 27-spline, 1.5" OD Seal Dia., Fits Late Power Glide, Turbo 200, Turbo 350, 700R4, 4L60, 4L65, 4L70, Muncie, Saginaw, Borg Warner Trans
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