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TII slip yoke spicer part #

Old 09-28-05, 09:49 PM
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TII slip yoke spicer part #

I thought i would ask you guys see if anyone knows if there is a part # for a spicer or other brand slip yoke that will fit a tII trans thanks alot
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Old 10-18-05, 12:26 AM
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I am also looking for these part numbers or alternatives. Are there any servicable joints available from other venders?
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from the dead..i could use this parts #
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I got mine from Driveshaft Specialist of Texas: Mazda RX-7 Turbo
(25 spline) to 7260 U-Joint. Their PN is 7260-25. This is the only style aftermarket trans slip yoke that I'm aware of. The 7260 U-Joint is an internal snap ring design that can be adapted to a 1310 style external snap ring design by using an adapter U-joint.

If you tell them what you want to do, they can guide you to the right pieces.
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Supposedly that is for a Chrysler Torqueflite 904 trans.

Neat.
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Yup. Not sure why they picked that particular u-joint -- maybe the ears on the yoke had a smaller resultant OD. I can verify that it clears the shifter housing on my modified TII trans with a very small margin.
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