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Hey guys I’m changing from an automatic to a Muncie 4 speed in my 67 Chevelle. Does anyone know if the drive shaft will be the right length? I know I’ll have to change the yoke if it’s not a 27 spline but just thought about the length deal. Thanks in advance
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Re: Drive shaft

with my M22 and 12 bolt, my driveshaft was 54.75" if I recall correctly. U joint to U joint.

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Re: Drive shaft

A glide, a TH350 and a Muncie are all nearly the same length. TH400 is different.

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Hey guys Im changing from an automatic to a Muncie 4 speed in my 67 Chevelle. Does anyone know if the drive shaft will be the right length? I know Ill have to change the yoke if its not a 27 spline but just thought about the length deal. Thanks in advance
If changing from a Powerglide or TH350 (and the 200-4r), to a 1963-1970 Muncie (except the 1970 M22), the same driveshaft and yoke can be used.

Later M22 (beginning in 1970?) used the larger output which required a larger yoke (TH400 size)... In 1971, the Muncie was slightly longer, but I am not sure if it was long enough to make a difference, or if the yoke will slide in enough to compensate for the extra length... And of course, the TH400 ( and 700-r4) are longer and use the larger yoke...

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