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    Drivehsaft length for 4L80e

    I am doing an 80e swap in my '02 ECSB and I am getting the trans and some parts from a 2001 3/4 ton RCLB 2wd. I am wondering if the driveshaft length for an extended cab short box with an 80e and 10 bolt is the same as a regular cab long bed with 80e and 14bolt. I can get the yokes, driveshaft, and flexplate from it. Any help is appreciated, thanks!
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    Keep your stock drive shaft and just change the front yoke on it.
    There is a yoke that will fit the 4l80 and your stock drive shaft
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    Quote Originally Posted by 00Z71 View Post
    Keep your stock drive shaft and just change the front yoke on it.
    There is a yoke that will fit the 4l80 and your stock drive shaft
    I want the 3/4 shaft so I can use 1350 yokes because it's stronger and my stock one is a 2 piece, I've already popped two yokes so I need to go bigger.
    Last edited by screaminchicken; 01-05-2012 at 05:40 PM.
    2002 ECSB 2WD 5.3
    1995 Formula Firebird 383 LT1
    1984 Camaro 408 SBC

    Most sports require one ball, motocross requires two.

    Racing isn't a matter of life and death, it's much more important than that.

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