Re: th400 ?
If you have been through this before couldn't you just share the experience we us rather than send me off to a drive line shop.
If the yoke needs to stick out 1 inch then it needs to be shortened. yes, no?
It's impossible to get a straight answer on this issue. Every time I research this I end up right back where I started. Can this issue be put to rest? I doubt it.
OK so I go to the driveling shop and look at tail shafts. And then I will be able to make a decision?
Will their tail shaft look different than my tail shaft and what am I looking for?
No disrespect really. I'm probably having a bad day, and this simple issue is wearing me down. I've searched the boards and found that this EXACT issue comes up over and over again. But it is never resolved. I asked in my first post for help. I thought I made myself clear that I didn't want to be told to go buy the yoke from a driveling company.
Can't you see what we are doing here?
If I were putting an engine together and ask a question about setting the thrust. Would the proper response be to tell me to buy a short block from Pep boys?
I need a nap. I do appreciate everyone help.Maybe I need to start over on this one after all I did hijack the thread and I apologize for that , That was not my intention. I saw the topic, I got excited, and I jumped in. Sorry
Squido W Cash
So. Calif. Mickey and Donalds home town
68 Malibu 454, th400, 12 bolt 411 MegaSquirt
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