adam_chevyss wrote:i think you have to use the bolt on style yoke because of the shaft length but I wouldn't use a 2 piece drive shaft just get one made the right length in a one piece design.
The bolt on yoke requires a slip yoke somewhere in the shaft. You can use a slip yoke on the trans, just make sure it's the long one. I've seen guys cut the threads off the shaft and use a short yoke, but I wouldn't recommend that.
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