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How much of the slip yoke should be showing? On mine, there's about 1.1 inches of the yoke showing from the tail of the trans to the "end" of the yoke (of the part that slips into the trans). Obviously, there needs to be some play available there for when the rear end articulates up or down, etc. Is 1" too much?

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How much of the slope yolk should be showing? On mine, there's about 1.1 inches of the yolk showing from the tail of the trans to the "end" of the yolk (of the part that slips into the trans). Obviously, there needs to be some play available there for when the rear end articulates up or down, etc. Is 1" too much?

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You should be good to go.

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A yolk is the yellow part of an egg. A yoke is the piece that slips into the tranny.
 

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How much of the slope yoke should be showing? On mine, there's about 1.1 inches of the yoke showing from the tail of the trans to the "end" of the yoke (of the part that slips into the trans). Obviously, there needs to be some play available there for when the rear end articulates up or down, etc. Is 1" too much?

I hope this question makes sense.
The amount showing isn't telling the whole story. My local drive shaft shop uses 3/4" to 1" of movement before it bottoms with the car on all four.
 
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