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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-16-2010, 10:26 PM Thread Starter
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Info On 96-97 F-350 B/W 4407 T/C Front Output Yoke

I deleted the info on the yoke. The machine shop told me the spline count was the same as my original yoke, 31. The yoke I gave info on, and installed in my truck, is a 32 spline yoke. Now, I'm in the same boat as everybody else. I need the right yoke. I've had no problems with the yoke I installed, but I want it right. Sorry for the bad info guys!

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How did you address the valley of the splines as they are also square
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I didn't. Admittedly, that would have been best. The machinest I went to, said to try it without grinding the valley's, as he thought that might make it a little sloppy. Guess I could have bought another yoke, and spent the money to have it ground, as you're saying, but what he did, by shaving the tops, worked. I'm driving it. It's tight, and no problems. I guess you could still use the same yoke, and do as you say. It makes sense to me. Now, you have me wondering if grinding the valley's, would have indeed made it sloppy, or if they just didn't want to do the work.
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Thanks for the information. I might have to go this route because I can't find a yoke anywhere. I was starting to think that i would have to swap the entire transfer case.

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Okay now, I've been thinking about this: The output shaft has the same squared off splines. The yoke does not. If you squared off the tops of the splines on the yoke, you wouldn't have to worry about the valleys. you would just have a tiny little triangle space at the end of the valley, because the spline on the input shaft wouldn't quiet reach the bottom of the valley. The splines on the yoke, and the shaft, are the same pitch. I think what the machinist meant by saying it would make it sloppy, is because he would have to change the pitch of the splines, in the yoke.

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The only issue with using an F250 shaft and yoke is vibration, correct?

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I don't know about the vibration issue. Somebody on here probably will though. The F250 U-joints are not the same size as the F350 though. You would have to have new end piece welded onto your driveline, to fit the F350 U-joint, and yoke. Then have it balanced, of course.

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On my 96 and my 91, I just installed the original F250 front driveshaft like nothing ever happened. The length and U joint size were correct. Many have reported length differences, but it wasn.t the case for me x2.

On the vibes, it is only an issue if the hubs are in or it is in 4x4 and over 40 mph. Only an issue in the snow. And I don't get in the snow much.

I'm still planning on geting the corect shafts when possible, don't like limits!

Mine: 91 F250 Reg Cab 4x4 5spd 7.3IDI 4.10LS 145,000 miles. Banks Sidewinder 92 D60 F axle w 97 brakes and Powerlock. Lift: about 4" over stock 250. 33x12.50x16.5 Pro Comp MTs Magnaflow 12" muffler. Sees dirt everyday. Used to haul hay, wood, feed cows, check fence.
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There was a TSB out on the vibration in the driveshaft and if you compained about it and you had the F250 you got the F350 driveshaft as a replacement. I did it along with a couple of friends.

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I wish i knew about that TSB 9 years ago. Oh well. I'm still looking for a yoke. I found a shop in TX that I am sending dimensions too. Hopefully they can figure something out.

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I'm running the spicer one with no problems....

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Their is someone trying to get them made right now..I gave up as I couldn't get my machinest off his...
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Cary,
If somone is trying to get them made, is there a way to put in an "order" for one?
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to you all with a 4407 transfer case. finaly a front cv output yoke is available. i found it on ebay. you can find it by typing in 4407 transfercase yoke
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Well, there is only 2 left now. Checked part number, checked feedback, done deal. Been looking way too long to let that go by. Thanks for the tip!

Mine: 91 F250 Reg Cab 4x4 5spd 7.3IDI 4.10LS 145,000 miles. Banks Sidewinder 92 D60 F axle w 97 brakes and Powerlock. Lift: about 4" over stock 250. 33x12.50x16.5 Pro Comp MTs Magnaflow 12" muffler. Sees dirt everyday. Used to haul hay, wood, feed cows, check fence.
Hers: 96F250 CCSB 7.3 PSD 4x4 5spd 3.55 LS 190,000 miles. Puchased 7/03, Looked for a 5spd CCSB for a year!Dana 60 front axle, at stock F350 height (for now) Energy Poly bushings, Bilsteins, 305/70/16 Pro Comps on 16x10 Weld Outbacks, AFE Pro7,TYMAR 3x3.5x4 downpipe,TYMAR 5" straightpipe, gutted EBV, IH Non EBV pedistal,New Alliant AC Injectors,(stage 1)Cal reg kit, SBC Con O clutch, permenent clutch bushing fix, AC mod with a different twist, AMP Powersteps with custom brackets and wiring(one of 2 OBS trucks with them according to AMP) Line of Fire. Sees dirt everyday.
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