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Old 12-07-2014, 03:01 PM   #1
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Cobra driveshaft for t56

If I use a cobra driveshaft in for my t56 swap. Do I need to change the flange or anything for my rearend? Also. The cobra crossmember, is there a rubber piece that goes between the tranny and the crossmember ?


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There's two ways you can do that, you can buy a Cobra flange for your differential or you can buy a hybrid u-joint and transfer your GT flange from the GT driveshaft to your Cobra driveshaft
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The IRS uses a different pinion flange than the SRA so yeah, you need to swap over the SRA flange from your DS. For the yoke, you need the 27 tooth yoke for a T56. However you wind up with the 27 tooth yoke and the correct pinion flange for your rear, that is what you need.

For the crossmember, that rubber piece is the trans mount so yeah... thats needed.
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The IRS uses a different pinion flange than the SRA so yeah, you need to swap over the SRA flange from your DS. For the yoke, you need the 27 tooth yoke for a T56. However you wind up with the 27 tooth yoke and the correct pinion flange for your rear, that is what you need.

For the crossmember, that rubber piece is the trans mount so yeah... thats needed.
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So I don't need a steeda spacer for the DS? And I can't find the transmission mount anywhere. Late model has one but it's not for 99-04. I have a cobra crossmember I just need to get the mount for a t56


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