Ok, perhaps I worded my question incorrectly.
In my searching, I have found that some use the 1330 universal joint on the pinion flange, some use two 1330 caps but with two 1350 caps 90 degrees opposite.
The drive shaft that is, or by now was, in the Bird is the original and it bolted right up to the Lincoln differential.
edit: I'm thinking if I give PST the joint size, that may satisfy the bolt hole spacing requirement.
'95 LX 4.6L/ '99 mustang front calipers/ '96 t-bird rear calipers/Baumann transmission/BOC chip by Lonnie/ 225.55.16 Yokohama's on Borbet 5 spoke/poly IRS/ Eibach 1.5" drop/ Lincoln pumpkin with 3.55 trac-loc/ Lincoln rear upper and lower control arms/ rebuilding '94 Mark Vlll eng. for swap/ -Edit- Engine rebuild now finished by Panhandle Performance (2-16-07)/ swap on soon - but needing to get P.I. torque converter- MSD window switch for '98 IMRC'S- rebuild current Baumann Trans--etc.
Last edited by Thundernerd; 08-28-2018 at 10:09 AM.
Reason: added info.