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Driveshaft C6 to 8.8

Post  norg on January 17th 2015, 1:25 am

Guys,
Looking for a driveshaft for fix my C6 to 8.8 rearend (from explorer).
Does anybody know what the ford had this shaft (carbon steel)?
Guess early E150 had, but not sure F150 or others.
Is the C6 output shaft the same as E4OD or later?
Thanks!
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Re: Driveshaft C6 to 8.8

Post  kim on January 17th 2015, 8:01 am

all you need is the yolk for a C6. You can swap one onto any drive shaft. The exploder rear end uses a mounting plate instead of directly bolting the I joint to the carrier. You can adapt that mounting plate to any driveshaft also. All you need is the proper length of shaft to start with. The C6 yolk is available from summit, jegs, and probably a few venders on this sight.

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Re: Driveshaft C6 to 8.8

Post  norg on January 17th 2015, 12:14 pm

kim wrote:all you need is the yolk for a C6.  You can swap one onto any drive shaft.  The exploder rear end uses a mounting plate instead of directly bolting the I joint to the carrier.  You can adapt that mounting plate to any driveshaft also.  All you need is the proper length of shaft to start with.  The C6 yolk is available from summit, jegs, and probably a few venders on this sight.

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Explorer's drive shaft has 1330 U joints
Big block C6 has also 1330?
Any difference between output shaft of the BB C6 and SB C6?
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Re: Driveshaft C6 to 8.8

Post  69F100 on January 17th 2015, 2:00 pm

norg wrote:
kim wrote:all you need is the yolk for a C6.  You can swap one onto any drive shaft.  The exploder rear end uses a mounting plate instead of directly bolting the I joint to the carrier.  You can adapt that mounting plate to any driveshaft also.  All you need is the proper length of shaft to start with.  The C6 yolk is available from summit, jegs, and probably a few venders on this sight.

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Explorer's drive shaft has 1330 U joints
Big block C6 has also 1330?
Any difference between output shaft of the BB C6 and SB C6?

The yoke on my sbf and bbf has the same splines for a c6 you should be good if you have the sbf I think the aod is the same to but it been awhile since I have messed with the aod deal
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Re: Driveshaft C6 to 8.8

Post  norg on January 17th 2015, 2:55 pm

69F100 wrote:
norg wrote:
kim wrote:all you need is the yolk for a C6.  You can swap one onto any drive shaft.  The exploder rear end uses a mounting plate instead of directly bolting the I joint to the carrier.  You can adapt that mounting plate to any driveshaft also.  All you need is the proper length of shaft to start with.  The C6 yolk is available from summit, jegs, and probably a few venders on this sight.

Thanks!
Explorer's drive shaft has 1330 U joints
Big block C6 has also 1330?
Any difference between output shaft of the BB C6 and SB C6?

The yoke on my sbf and bbf has the same splines for a c6 you should be good if you have the sbf I think the aod is the same to but it been awhile since I have messed with the aod deal
Thank you Jim!
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Re: Driveshaft C6 to 8.8

Post  7LBRONCO on January 17th 2015, 3:47 pm

1978 and older used a 1310 U joint. 1979 and newer used the 1330 joints.

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