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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 86chevybanshee, Mar 16, 2006.
does anyone know the napa part number for a 1350-1410 conversion u joint?
I don't have the NAPA number but here's the Neapco Catalog. That would give you thier number to cross reference.
that works too. thanks
no one makes a 1350-1410 conversion joint
No , and I couldn't find even a link to anyone thinking of making one last time it was asked
thats not good
is there something smaller than a 1410 but bigger than a 1350?
The cap size on a 1410 and 1350 are the same, the 1410 is simply a larger cross, hence why it can atchve steeper angles before bind.
Whats the dilemma between 1410 and 1350 ?
i had 1350 joints in my truck then i broke the yoke so i got another one, put the driveshaft back in and the u joint moves side to side, and it looks like the cap isnt big enough
The only thing that comes to mind is you potentically had 1330 or 1330-F joints previously, which is the same cross cap to cap dimension, but a smaller diameter cap??
1310 cap to cap is 3.219", cap diameter is 1.062"
1330 cap to cap is 3.625", cap diameter is 1.062"
1330-F cap to cap is 3.625 cap diameter is 1.125"
1350 cap to cap is 3.625, cap diameter is 1.188"
Grab some calipers and take some measurements, things should clear up soon after.
Hope that is some help for you.
i think i know what the problem is, when i put the gears in i put the pinion assembly to gether and stuck it in a press to crush the collar, i think with all the pressure from the press it bent the yoke out so the caps fit loose
That sucks. New yoke for you!!
it sucks because the yoke was new
on the divorced transfer case I just got (its a NP201 from a Dodge or IH, not sure which) it has some weirdo ujoints that have larger caps than 1410, and a smaller cross. i dont even know what they are, probably some weirdo size used in the late 50s or somethin.
EDIT: I was able to find a ujoint at carquest that was a conversion joint between this weird size and 1410. so i guess there are hybrids out there.
A good driveline shop can sometimes "shrink" a yoke thats been abused.
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