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Old 01-08-2014, 05:40 AM
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1410 slip yoke for 4r100?

Hello I'm new here to the forums so I figured I'd introduce myself and ask a question, and maybe get the answer to it.

I've called myself googling it but I can't find my answer

Question is do they make a 1410 slip yoke for a 4r100? I was told by someone an e350 but haven't confirmed this.

I have 3) 1410 yokes for my '76 divorced np205 for my '97 f150 4x4
And I also have 2) 2.5 rockwell flanges, but I don't have a slip yoke yet.



I have found a bastard u-joint that's a 1350/1410 conversion, but if all possible I would like to have 1410...

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Old 01-08-2014, 05:57 PM
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Dang... I meant to put it in '99-'03 performance...

Can a mod move it, or should I make another post.?
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I just paid almost 1200 bucks and had new front and rear drivelines made. I have 5 speed and the biggest yoke I could get in the rear is 1410 and the velocity joint I out in the front in back were 350 I believe and I also put new yoke on transfer case and upgraded everything. I got a lifted 96 psd and I was throwing drivelines left and right...I put on ladder bars and that made huge difference. But now no more vibration in the stick shift and she can handle all the hp I throw at here now. I recommend doing non greasable u joint, they seem to be stronger than ones you grease
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