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    Posted: Dec/02/2019 at 7:26pm
For Borg Warner AMC passenger car T-14. NOT in the Jeep case, in the AMC passenger car case with the long tail.

Anyone know what yoke is used? Part number would be helpful... it's 16 splines, something like 1.17" across the splines. OD about 1.5". 


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I may have an NOS one with the Tag still on it. Let me check. 
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Originally posted by 70BBOAMX 70BBOAMX wrote:

I may have an NOS one with the Tag still on it. Let me check. 


THANKS!! If you could measure OD to a 1/16th it would be a huge help. I'm sure it's a Spicer part, like the T5 part I have in my Roadster.

I'm trying to put the T-14 into the 68 American, that currently has a very old T96H in it. I don't know what yoke is in the car now, but it's not the weird little stubby thing that uses the ancient 1305, tiny U-joint, that the "big nut" axle'd cars use.  I don't want to disassemble it just to see if I can "rambler mentality" my way out of buying a new, non-scored yoke.
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Spicer Drivetrain Products Slip Yokes 2-3-1331X


looks about right... pricey though.


Yoke Overall Length (in): 4.875 in.

Outside yoke dimension is 3.466 in. Bearing cap diameter is 1.062 in. Hub diameter is 1.500 in. Spline outside diameter is 1.172 in.


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The one I have is 3206120. It cross references to 1967 Six Cyl. 01 series (rambler). It has 1.5 hub diameter. Overall length is is 4.75 Bearing cap diameter is 1.062. This one looks a little small compared to the Spicer. It does have 16 splines.
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