If it's a cross you need for it... measure the cup size and the distance from the snap ring lands on the yolk (distance across the cups when both cups are bottomed on the cross. Those specs will give someone with a driveline book the info they need to get a cross. I suspect that IF the yolk was bored it was likely done to fit a very common cross like a 14 or 35 series spicer or something similar. I don't have the specs for that offhand but just about any dealer with a driveline rack will have those books.
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