GM Transmission Front Driveshaft Slip Yoke, 27-Spline, 6 Inch
Many Transmissions, 1310 Yoke U-Joint Series, 27 Spline Count, 6.75" Overall Length, Steel
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Longer slip yokes help compensate for extreme travel rear suspension set-ups or driveshaft lengths slightly shorter than needed. Works with 1310 series U-joints.
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-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
The expressed measurement or length of the slip yoke is taken from the center of the U-joint to tip, not overall. This yoke measures 6" from the centerline of the U-joint to the front edge. Length of machined part of yoke is 4-3/8".
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