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where do i find a new driveline.. stock i think.. did a search and did not find

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by hereinmissoula, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. hereinmissoula

    hereinmissoula Registered Member

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    my 87 k5 with 4" lift should just be a stock length driveline, correct... broke the yoke.. but found a better thicker spicer unit at the junk yard on a 3/4... this fits into the transfer case (splines match) and the length and u joint's look the same

    this new yoke looks much stronger than the one that broke... lots of extra material

    only like 2 junk yards here with lots of old pickups but no like 2 k5's and they are 70's models with auto and 203's, 205's

    can you find these used anywhere, or am i giong to end up paying someone to build me one.. and if so, how exactly do i measure the length that i need..

    thx in advance.. you guys are always helpful
     
  2. hereinmissoula

    hereinmissoula Registered Member

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    please help!!!, lol
     
  3. 1977k5

    1977k5 3/4 ton status Vendor

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    It seems like you have a 208 t-case, so did you break the slip yoke part of your driveshaft? Your transfer case does not have a yoke on the rear output. Maybe you broke the front?

    And if you found one in the junkyard, what are you asking?
     
  4. hereinmissoula

    hereinmissoula Registered Member

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    i broke the drivline and the yoke...

    got the yoke... wondering if there is a place to find drivelines?????
     

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