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I'm not sure which slip yoke I have really, was just going by that part number.
I now feel like it might be the original AU T5 one which has a dampner pressed on it, and they removed the damper, which is why I have the raised bit near the u joint. I think I may have supplied one but it was a while ago and my memory is pretty bad.
Yeah the driveshaft angle was checked before. The diff was angled up to compensate for the T5 point down. I raised the front by about an 1", so I'm not sure how much that will effect it. I can try to space up the T5 I guess, but I doubt I'll have clearance.


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Husky65 wrote
I'm not sure which slip yoke I have really, was just going by that part number.
I now feel like it might be the original AU T5 one which has a dampner pressed on it, and they removed the damper, which is why I have the raised bit near the u joint. I think I may have supplied one but it was a while ago and my memory is pretty bad.
Yeah the driveshaft angle was checked before. The diff was angled up to compensate for the T5 point down. I raised the front by about an 1", so I'm not sure how much that will effect it. I can try to space up the T5 I guess, but I doubt I'll have clearance.


If your T5 was from an AU V8, I can take some measurements pics if you want as I have a tailshaft sitting in the shed.


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it was an au xr6, but I think they were the same apart from the input shaft length.
If you get get a length of the slip yoke that would be awesome.
Can you also see if the slip yoke has spicer marked on it


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I think like mine you have the Modern Driveline crossmember. My engine is on standard '66 mounts and after putting the trans in it was pointing down 0.3 of a degree more than with the old C4 in it. I think I could shim this difference out but haven't bothered because its not enough to cause a vibration (up to about 90 mph which is as fast as i've had it)


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Isn't T5 yoke just the same a Toploader?


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Top loader, C4, T5, Tremec 3550, AOD. all 28 spline and same id and od but definitely a length difference between a C4 and T5 yoke, don't know about the others.


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When you looked at the drive shaft Husky, was the car on a 2 post lift? If so having the diff hanging pulls the driveshaft out, so not good for taking measurements.


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When you looked at the drive shaft Husky, was the car on a 2 post lift? If so having the diff hanging pulls the driveshaft out, so not good for taking measurements.


No hoist for me, on my back getting dirty like a chump. Wheels were on the ground.


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Shaunp wrote
Isn't T5 yoke just the same a Toploader?


Yeah that's what I've been told, like Geoff said.

Just wanted to see what you guys' thoughts were on how much spline interaction there should be.


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nassi wrote
Husky65 wrote
I'm not sure which slip yoke I have really, was just going by that part number.
I now feel like it might be the original AU T5 one which has a dampner pressed on it, and they removed the damper, which is why I have the raised bit near the u joint. I think I may have supplied one but it was a while ago and my memory is pretty bad.
Yeah the driveshaft angle was checked before. The diff was angled up to compensate for the T5 point down. I raised the front by about an 1", so I'm not sure how much that will effect it. I can try to space up the T5 I guess, but I doubt I'll have clearance.


If your T5 was from an AU V8, I can take some measurements pics if you want as I have a tailshaft sitting in the shed.


Markings are C2-2529, also a LY and 4 on that side. The other side has SPR and 017.





The pics are not clear sorry but one is with the rule as far past the seal as possible and the other is the rule flush with the seal.


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Yeah that's great Nassi, really helpful. If you don't mind, can you check the length of the inner barrel, where the splines are? I just want to see how far it goes down.

Love this forum! Cheers


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The cavity is a full 6 inches and the splines go all the way.


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nassi wrote
The cavity is a full 6 inches and the splines go all the way.
Any gearbox would be very happy with that.


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Awesome mate! So if mine comes out 1.75 inches, it still has 4.25 inches of contact. Sounds fine 👍🏻👍🏻 Thanks heaps


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Nuts wrote
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The cavity is a full 6 inches and the splines go all the way.
Any gearbox would be very happy with that.


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