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I have a 2002 S10 Regular Cab that I have converted to a 400 small block and turbo 350 transmission. Originally it was a 2.2 lt and 5 speed manual transmission. The problem I have is that the 5 speed yoke fits in the turbo 350 but only goes in about 1 inch into the transmission when the complete driveshaft is installed. I was told that an automatic driveshaft is 2 inches longer which would be perfect. I know there are many experts on this form so this is why I am inquiring about this. I live in British Columbia Canada and have been quoted $ 610.00 plus 12% sales tax to make a new driveshaft using the parts from the driveshaft. If anyone one has some suggestions or advice it would be greatly appreciated Thank you
Greg Cruickshank
 

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1996-2003 CHEVY S10/S15 SONOMA 2WD, M/T, REGULAR CAB REAR DRIVESHAFT
51 13/16 = APPROX LENGTH, CENTER TO CENTER OF UNIVERSAL JOINTS
1.5"od X 26/27spline X 6 1/8"long = SLIP YOKES SPECS
1344/3R = UNIVERSAL JOINT SERIES (1.125"cap X 2.562"inside lockup span)

1996-2003 CHEVY S10/S15 SONOMA 2WD, A/T, REG CAB REAR DRIVESHAFT
52 7/8" = APPROX LENGTH, CENTER TO CENTER OF UJ CAPS
1.5"od X 26/27spline = TRANSMISSION SLIP YOKE SPECS
1344/3R SERIES EXPOSED JOINT @ DIFF END (1.125"cap X 2.56"inside lockup span)
Difference 1.0575 Inches

 
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