Type: Ford Service (late version)
Model: Mustang & Shelby
U-Joint Size: 1330 Series (3.625 inches wide)
U-joint Cup Diameter: 1.0625"
Concours Correct Applications:
- 1970 Boss 302
- 1971 Boss 351
- 1972 351CJ 4-speed
- 1967 289 HiPo 4-speed
- 1967-1969 390 3/4-speed
- 1967-1968 GT350 4-speed
- 1968 302 GT 4-speed, AT (tube in tube driveshaft)
- 1969 Boss 302
- Top loader with 28 spline output shaft
Ford started to use this shorter barrel transmission slip yoke in production passenger cars at the beginning of 1973 production and to service all previous versions (1967-72). When installed it looks just like the 1970-72 version so we recommend it for 1970-72 concours correct driveshaft restorations. Its also a very good, but not technically correct option for 1967-69 driveshaft restorations.
Q: This version has a shorter barrel, is the spline length different?
A: No, the spline engagement length is exactly the same as the earlier versions.
Q: Will the tail-shaft bushing still be engaged even though the barrel is shorter?
A: Yes, it just long enough to fully engage the bushing.
Q: Why is this slip yoke not technically correct looking for my 1967-69 driveshaft?
A: The 1967-69 slip yokes were cast and machined different between the u-joint shoulders. Click here to see the 1967-69 version.
- Checked for any cup damage
- Checked for excessive wear or rust pits on main shaft that could interfere with a proper seal
- Flat outside u-joint cup areas are lightly machined for a NOS look
- Concours correct paint code