Comic Book Super Hero
- Nov 24, 2014
Don't believe so, the 8.5 has a longer pinion on it requiring the driveshaft to be shortened about an inch. At least i had to shorten mine an inch when i swapped out my 7.5 in my 87 cutlass to a 8.5 i got from an '85 442 with 3.73's in it. Hope this helps.I'm going to look at a non-running 1986 442 tomorrow; If I were to pick it up, and bolt in the 8.5, would the driveshaft proper fit from a 200r4-8.5 to a TH200-7.5?