Driveshaft yoke which one?

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  1. Road_Runna

    Road_Runna Member

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    Im looking to complete the part's list for a t-5 swap, I leaning forward to gettting an autozone fly wheel ($50), last but not least the yoke that connects to the driveshaft, what years and models are standard on the t-5's for our sn-95's?
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    Iirc, you can reuse your auto ds and yoke.

    And the AutoZone flywheel will be fine.
    I've had one on mine for over a year, since my clutch explosion.
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    Isn't the T5 shorter than the T45 that came in the SNs?
    If that is the case, you might need the spacer that goes between your pinion flange and driveshaft.
    They are widely sold from Summit to American Muscle, and everywhere between.
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    What the last guy said. All the yolks and driveshafts are 28 spline. Almost all the driveshafts are the same.

    Kurt
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    SN-95 GT's came with a T-5 World Class ending with a tag number of 246 and 242 for the Cobra's. Is the slip yoke from an automatic (rounded weight in the middle) smaller in lenght to that of an original manual slip yoke?
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