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Transfer case yoke differences between 86-97

When I did my axle swap I got a complete d60 from a 88 350. This included the front driveshaft with the double carington and the t-case yoke. However the splines were noticeably smaller. So the yoke didn't fit on my 97 tcase. Does anyone know how many different size output shafts there were?

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Re: Transfer case yoke differences between 86-97

your 97 has a different T case from the 88. I forget the model numbers.
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Re: Transfer case yoke differences between 86-97

The double cardon drive shaft requires a different yoke on the transfer case. Your '97 has a 4407 TC and the yoke can be hard to come by. Some have been able to have a 1356 TC yoke machined, some have not.

There is quite a bit of good info in these two threads, start reading :)

BW 4407 output shaft yoke - PowerStrokeNation

Borg/Warner 4407 Trasfer Case Yoke - PowerStrokeNation

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Re: Transfer case yoke differences between 86-97

I am fully aware the the yokes are different. I was trying to find the cut off year for when the I have was used. So maybe I could find someone who could use the.

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Re: Transfer case yoke differences between 86-97

Does the 96 F250 1356 yoke work with the F350 driveshaft or is a swap needed there?
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Re: Transfer case yoke differences between 86-97

The 88 350 yoke I have is noticeably taller and I think the caps on the universal are smaller then the yoke thats on my 97 250. If my axle came from a 4407 350 the yoke would fit. When I did my swap the driveshaft only had about a inch of travel left in the spline joint. So I ground off the weld and shorted it 1.5 or 2" I forgot. Must have got lucky cause it doesn't vibrate at 65mph.

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Re: Transfer case yoke differences between 86-97

The 95 was the last year for the 1356. The '96 & '97 had the 4407.

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was the 1356 used in 88?

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Re: Transfer case yoke differences between 86-97

Yup

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Re: Transfer case yoke differences between 86-97

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The 95 was the last year for the 1356. The '96 & '97 had the 4407.
My 96 has the 1356 case.
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