The output shaft in my 65 C4 automatic seems to have excessive play since it wiggles back and forth about 1/4 inch either way. Due to a sever driveline vibration at 60 mph, I took my driveshaft in for a complete rebuild and a brand new slip yoke. I am thinking that the tailshaft bushing in my C4 is bad because my old slip yoke was worn where it rides in the bushing. I made a post a few days ago about this and was told that I could take the car to a transmission shop and they could replace the bushing without removing the tail housing. However, I am afraid to drive the car with my new yoke for fear of tearing it up too. Plus, the guy at the driveshaft shop told me that the C4 tailshaft bushing has to be pressed in thus requiring the removal of the tail housing. Does anybody disagree with this? I have had so many different opinions that I don't know which one is right. I am considering removing the tail housing myself and am wondering if it is a simple unbolt? Is there anything inside the tail housing other than the output shaft and speedo gear that may come falling out? I also thought about buying the bushing removal tool but this may not bee too cost effective.