Inland Empire SY-350-1310 Details
Inland Empire Transmission Yokes are designed for Spicer 1350 and 1310 Series universal joints. They are CNC-machined for flawless performance, and the seal surface is precision ground to a close tolerance micro finish for a perfect fit. The durability of these transmission yokes comes from the carefully monitored heat treatment process that ensures maximum strength and extends yoke life.
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Does anyone know what kind of horsepower this would hold up to? Also would this work in a 1970 Chevelle with a 12 bolt rear and th350 transmission? Thanks!
How are these measured? Is the listed overall length from the u-joint cap center to the barrel end?
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