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Thread: Sr5 driveshaft

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    Sr5 driveshaft

    Doing a 4age swap into my sr5 ae86. I was wondering if the sr5 driveline would fit? I have the t50 transmission and the sr5 rear end.

    Let me know.

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    Yes it will.

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    What am I doing wrong lol? I dropped the engine and tranny over the weekend and the engine/tranny mounts lined up but the shifter seems too far forward and driveshafts don't line up with mounting holes and are too short.

    Appreciate any info

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    Driveshaft is supposed to sit all the way into the transmission right?

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    The drive shaft need to have clearance to the back of the trans seal area. You should have about 5/8 to and inch of drive shaft exposed. This allows for axle movement i.e. shaft plunge. Dave W

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    The shifter hole is in a different spot on the automatic. If I remember its smaller and set further back. You will have to cut the hole bigger and then drill holes to mount your shifter boot to.
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    Appreciate the info, thanks.

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