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Maybe someone here know what makes the F150 4r70w's longer then the rest?

I have a buddy interested in a 4r70W I have from a lincoln for his F150,, but is the output shaft longer on these or is it strictly the tailshaft?

I do know its 1" longer.

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um, the output shaft is the same thing as the tailshaft. But yes, if its longer its longer.
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Is it like the CVPI trannys, you can put a longer tailshaft on a shorter one (for the shorter driveshaft) but can't put a shorter tailshaft on the CVPI tranny because of the output shaft? (it made sense when I was looking for and bought a new longer tailshaft for my Grand Marquis and started looking for a factory Aluminum or MMX driveshaft).

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