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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by WakeBoard&4X4er, Mar 1, 2004.
are the slip yokes the same?
I don't think so. The 205 that had the slip was a 400 shaft, Which is usually bigger than the 208's. Atleast with the one's I've had.
My 208 uses a CV shaft from a 400 turbo cadiallac....
I had an 84 K30 with the stock slip-yoke 205 (with a TH400), and it was directly interchangeable with the slip yoke that came stock in my 86 K10 with a 208(and SM465). I was going to swap the driveshafts when I rolled the K30, but the shaft was a bit long.
It is the stock slip and CV joint....but the shaft was cut to length with the correct yoke on the rear end side.
the reason i am asking is i had a 91 with a 241(new 208) and the one i have know is a 73 with aa 465-205 slip i wanted to know if the spares i have would work with me 73 or not.
what about the front d shaft.
'73 uses a Spicer (yoke) front output while '91 uses a Saganaw (plate)
any one want to trade a 91 for a 73 front D-shaft?
Is it the stock 205 from the 73? I thought slip yoke 205's were only made in 84...
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