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'54 cadillac hydramatic slip yoke

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by xmlc216x, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. xmlc216x
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    From the research I've done I've found that this is a different spline type than a typical th350/400 or any other later GM output shafts? Can anyone confirm this? How would I go about finding a slip yoke for something like this?
     
  2. xmlc216x
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  3. xmlc216x
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    Will any 16 spline GM yoke work?
     
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  5. inline 292
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    Have you got the transmission & can do a spline count & get the bushing I.D. it rides in?
     
  6. I'm pretty sure the cadillac is differant. I beleive you will have to use the stock cadillac yoke, 49-62 olds should be the same. Also the Lasalle 3 speed has the same spline, Sorry I know this doesnt help much....
     
  7. xmlc216x
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    Yeah I have the transmission, and it's a 16 spline but I'll have to measure the I.D.

    actually that helps a lot, I wasn't sure if earlier caddy stuff would work and I definitely didn't know about the olds... Thanks!
     

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