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Old 02-22-2014, 04:31 PM   #1
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Default 66 6 cylinder to 89 5.0 questions

I am swapping a 5.0/T5 into my wife's 66 Mustang. I have had many questions answered on this forum (thanks!), but I thought I would post a single thread where I can ask/answer questions.

My current question: I have the driveshaft and yoke from the 6 cylinder automatic. The yoke physically fits into the back of the T5, but I am not sure it is fully engaging the splines (I sold the C4 so I don't have it to compare shaft diameter/spline count). Is this the correct yoke, or do I need to pick up one specifically for the T5?

Thanks in advance!

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