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1410 to 1350 conversion joint?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by willyswanter, Jul 8, 2005.

  1. willyswanter

    willyswanter 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Does it exist? I can't find one in any of my u-joint catalogs...
     
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    Ok Mr. Burke, tell me where to get a dana 60 1410 yoke before Weds :eek1:
     
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    hm. i think kevin has a huge 1480 D60 yoke if that helps. :eek1: could bring it to blazerfest. :o

    west coast differentials next day delivery?

    you gettin' antsy about blazerfest yet?
    we gonna git u dRuNk this year?
     
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    willyswanter 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Yep

    Don't count on it :D

    I'll figure something out on the yoke deal.
     
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    They do exist! I just can't remember the #, Napa carries them, take one of each size to them and tell them you need the conversion between the two.
    Our local EXmember phsycho Timmay, used to sell alot of them before he brought about his own demise here! :crazy:
     
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    Ryan B. 3/4 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    really?

    wow.

    i kinda just gave up and had my driveshaft modified to be a full 1410. i guess i could have spent an hour in napa looking through the catalog with the guy. :D
     
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    Dunno if ya got the issue solved yet, but ordered my pair of .250 wall HAD 1350/1410 CV shafts, 1410 yoke for the 14b, and 1410 yoke for the 60 from Jesse on a Monday afternoon, he had the entire package to me by Friday morning. I'm sure he could get just a 1410 yoke to ya alot quicker than that. Just another option. :wink1:
     
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    jason, any luck?
    do they really make one of those bastard ujoints?
     
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    Doesnt Northwest Fab sell 1350 and 1410 U-joints for D60's, 70's and 14 bolts?
     
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    really? cause Tim told me they don't exist.
     
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    I'm sure they do but we are talking about a

    CONVERSION ujoint that is 1350 on one end and 1410 on the other...
    is this what they have???



    1310 -> 1 1/8" cap, 3 1/4" length
    1330 -> 1 1/8" cap, 3 5/8" length
    1350 -> 1 3/16" cap, 3 5/8" length
    1410 -> 1 3/16" cap, 4 3/16" length
     

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