Thread: Deadenbear case
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Old 05-23-2007, 09:53 PM
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Default Deadenbear case

When I bought my car it was a roller, It came with a drive shaft with a Mark Williams yoke. The trans I purchased has a Deadenbear case and tail shaft housing with roller bearing. The yoke is incorrect for the tail shaft, I know it is for stock type glide with bushing. Can I cut it down to fit the roller bearing. They give the correct measurements at the Mark Williams site. If I cut it down to fit, Does it have a harden surface? Don't really want to purchase a new yoke. This one is like new!
This the 1 I have: (Manufactured from high strength Heat treated 4340 steel forgings. 100% machining creates a perfect balanced part.)
Thank Gerald
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