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  1. 93yukon

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    It's just good quality insurance
     
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    aaronb I'm Awesome

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    You more than likely have a np 241.
    There is a tag on the back of the case by the full plug. It will tell you what case it is. as for the part number. It fits numerous cases from gm,and dodge.
    If you enter the number into the summit website, it pull up the application it fits
     
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    Which is none of these cases (np241)

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    Is there difference between the new venture and new process 241?
     
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    It's on There. The new venture 241.
     
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    It's the same case.
     
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    Thanks for the info and such it's greatly appreciated!!
     
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    aaronb I'm Awesome

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    No problem. when you get it and before you install it. test fit it over the slip yoke. It will be tight. After you install it into the tail shaft before bolting it to the case, test fit it again. when I did mine I couldn't get the slip yoke to slide in freely. I ended up using a dead blow hammer to tap it onto the slip yoke and twisted the tailshaft around to loosen up the clearance. Removed the slip yoke and reinstalled the tailshaft to the case.
     
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    Thanks for the hint!!
     

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