I’d like to remove the output shaft flange and use a slip yoke to fabricate a driveshaft for my special; what am I going to run into if I do remove the flange? What other cars use the same output shaft spline? (other than BW equipped Jags)
Doesn’t the flange fit into an oil seal?
You might be better using the Jag driveshaft which has the slip joint in it.
Ah,but for the fact that a blundering idiot gave that driveshaft away…
So you may need to get in touch with a plundering ideologue.
Ok seriously, Jaguar Heaven in Stockton Calif 209-942-4524 will have a variety on the shelf.
So does JK Restorations in Oswego IL, 630-554-2120
Actually the flanges are a standard Hardy-Spicer size so any parts recycler may be able to find one from a pickup or van.
There are specialist driveshaft shops that can shorten them. It is very important that the two end yokes should be co-planar, otherwise you can get vibration, which is worse if the trans and rear axle are not in line. Failure to realize this is why some jacked up trucks and off-roaders go through a lot of u-joints.