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Username Post: 1971 el camino driveline        (Topic#343795)
burbdude 
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04-04-17 09:18 PM - Post#2685051    

guys i just purchased a project 1971 el camino and it's a factory 350/350 AC car and didn't come with a driveline, need a length to find one. plus how much longer is a 700r4 than a turbo 350? thanks

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05-26-17 11:51 AM - Post#2693045    
    In response to burbdude

You would be better off just buying a driveshaft. The new one will be correct, it will have good U-joints (front and rear). Find a driveshaft shop near you. They will have a form to show you how to measure the length, and they will know which end pieces are correct for your vehicle.
This will be cheaper and easier in the long run.
IMHO



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