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So I have a 67 mustang and in it I have a 68 302, a c4, and an 8 inch rear end. I’ve tried to look for a driveshaft for a 68 302 and c4 but all I get are driveshafts first a T5 conversion. Does anyone know what length or better yet, what driveshaft I can through in the 67? Thanks!
 

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My 67 C4 driveshaft is on the garage floor. Im going to say 50.75" from center to center of the u-joints.
 

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Hey guys!
So I have a 67 mustang and in it I have a 68 302, a c4, and an 8 inch rear end. I’ve tried to look for a driveshaft for a 68 302 and c4 but all I get are driveshafts first a T5 conversion. Does anyone know what length or better yet, what driveshaft I can through in the 67? Thanks!
Here's a PDF document I've had that has all the driveshaft and yoke dimensions, as well as applications. It is best to verify the dimensions before trying to order one.
 

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Hemi, thanks for the pdf.

My 67 is a late build 200/C4. It has a 3" diameter driveshaft that was standard in 68, not the 2.75" diameter driveshaft a 67 would have had. Of course who knows what was changed over the years.

The rear u-joint is to small for the 69 8" rear end that I put in it.
 

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I'm using a Exploder 4 door 2WD aluminum driveshaft I paid $65 for. They're 50.5". Mine was from a 94 V6, it uses the same 1310 U joint as Mustang. You want 94-01. Most seem to use the 1330. You can get a 1310/1330 combination, they're fairly common.
 
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