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727 Automatic Transmission / Big Block

At the suggestion of my trustworthy local mechanic who certified my car, he recommended changing out the yoke due to wear around the U-joint. I ordered a new yoke but the new yoke would only go on about 1/3 and it would stop dead. I contacted the supplier who sent me another in case I had a defective one. While it slid on better, it too only went on about 1/3 and stopped dead. It goes on straight without any twisting/turning. I'm at a lost now. I don't want to spend the $$$ to get another yoke from another supplier (mopar)

Anybody else have this problem? Any suggestions?

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Doing a little more searching today....

In another forum it was suggested that the angle in which the splines were cut inside the slip yoke were changed in the later years - possible cause?

Part: Victory Driveline Components, Part# SY7290-8335
 
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