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92' 14bolt ff question

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by tweaker, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. tweaker

    tweaker 1/2 ton status

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    why did my 1988 full size 1/2 ton ifs truck's u-joint fit the new 92' 14bolt ff directly? are they both 1350's?

    please help?
    Dillon Carson
     
  2. 78blazaer

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    Yes - My 14 Bolts FF came with 1350 yokes.
     
  3. tweaker

    tweaker 1/2 ton status

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    was it a newer 14bolt like mine though?
     
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    ALL 14bff's have 1350 yokes that I know of, are you sure you didnt have some conversion joint before??
     
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    Did the '88 have a manual trans?
     
  6. tweaker

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    1988 was a normal extended cab long bed IFPOS and had the normal 10bolt. 350/th700r4/np241 combo, now its a 350/th700r4/np205, but still the same old rear drive shaft and stock u-joints. good to know that all 14b ff are 1350's.
     
  7. K5MONSTERCHEV

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    That is a stumper. Unless soneone changed the yoke on the 10b?
     

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