You may also end up having to measure the length of the bell housing to output shaft to see if they are the same length. This will make a difference in how deep the yoke will go in and if it needs to be shortened or lengthened. Overall depending on your HP from the motor and if changes need to happen, it might be worth the upgrade to a stronger shaft. Ran me about $400 for a complete new one.
If you go on YouTube and look up driveshafts that have failed you’ll understand why I mentioned this.
Also make sure the end of your crank can take a piñon bearing before digging in. Some cranks don’t make allowances.
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