#1
Alright, no, I'm not fitting a full scale neck on a short scale guitar, but, the neck pockets are the same size, right? Just different lengths of the neck?
#2
measure it.

it depends on the neck, btw

a tele neck pocket is wider than a strat
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#3
Im almost certain you can do it with a majority of fender guitars (minus the Telecaster).
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#4
If they are from the same manufacturer they should be the same. A standard heel width is 2 3/16 but I've seen 2 1/8 and 2 1/4.
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measure it.

it depends on the neck, btw

a tele neck pocket is wider than a strat



The tele and strat have the same size neck pocket the difference is the end of the heel. Strats have rounded heels, Teles are squared.
#6
The neck pocket isn't what's important. The scale is the distance from nut to bridge. If you put a 25.5" neck on a 24" body then the bridge will be too close to the nut which will make all fretted notes sound sharp. The farther up the neck you go the more out of tune you will be. You will need to move the bridge back if you want the body to work with the neck.
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