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1410 Yoke for a slip 208...?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by marv_springer, Sep 18, 2006.

  1. marv_springer

    marv_springer 1/2 ton status

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    I've seen rear slip yokes [mates w/ the 208 rear output] in the 1310 and 1350 variety, but did they ever make them in a 1410...? :dunno:

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    Hack and tap SYE that thing for a standard yoke and shaft combo.
     
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    Check the classified section. Someone is selling one that was custom made. IIRC $70 shipped.
     
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    The bad guys list a 1410 non cv yoke for 32 spine th400's

    [​IMG][​IMG] Transmission Slip Yokes
    1410 new process yoke. Again, this yoke can be used in the same applications as a turbo 400 32 spline yoke above. However, the u-joint is a heavy duty ton and a half

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    1410 32 spline yoke -- $175.00
     
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    Matt,

    Please post up to 85mudblazin on this post.... My membership has lapsed - and I've paid - but I can't yet PM or post in the FS section...

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    Done. You have to run normal joints with that set up BTW. But they will offer more angle.

    You can also cut the slip down a bit and hack off the same amount from the tail shaft. Drill and tap the tail shaft, make a new shorter tail housing for the gear/seal system and run a normal drive shaft.

    Keeping the slip in line with the D-shaft takes away the bending moment about the tail shaft. This in turn keeps the t-case system from bucking as much since the slip yokes are notorious for thier high friction while under torque. Just another complicated way to not spend money on a bling atlas or a stak or a doubler (even though some of us have had all 3 in our garage at the same time)
     
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    Thanks Matt.....! :waytogo:

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    All very true.....

    I'd really like to find a solution that does not require modifying the case. It keeps the "interchangeable factor" high if I don't start modifying cases. Good example is the case repairs I just did.... I swapped position of the front/back cases and it was easy. I don't want to have a bunch of special mods to either case.

    And remember.... I wanna build another one of these buggies.... [Marvota..??? ...or Marvtsubishi..???] and I need to know what works and what doesn't.

    One thing for sure... I underestimated how difficult it would be to hold on to a couple of dumb ol' 208's.. :doah:

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    I still vote for drilling and tapping even with the normal un-modified set up. The drive shaft won't get any shorter and you can run the singel joints at off angles. I have for years. My rear diff is almost aligned and my t-case side is near 12-13° and it only vibes a bit when letting off the gas above 45MPH (not an issue in the beetle)
     
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    My 1410 yoke worked perfect for my needs, it never let me down. I was having some big binding issues even with the caddy CV I used to have, this setup offers more angle then that ever did. After pulling off the yoke today there were some marks where I could tell it was binding, but then again my rear shaft wasnt the longest and my rear drooped like 15". Nothing but a high dollar CV could fix that.
     
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    Yep... sounds like it's worth a try.

    Paypal..?

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    So a slip shaft from a th400 application will fit in a 208?

    Ira
     
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    I'm guessing so.....

    I know they are both 32 spline.

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    yea deadeyetoph@yahoo.com.


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