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conversion joint part# ?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by muddawg, Nov 24, 2006.

  1. muddawg

    muddawg Registered Member

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    I just swapped out the stock 10bolt rear for a 14bsf axle in my 95 k1500. Can anyone help with a part# for the converion u-joint?
     
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    stockk5 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    if a 14bff has the same yoke as the 14bsf then its a #447 napa u joint, hope that helps..if not...sorry im stupid!
     
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    muddawg Registered Member

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    I'm not sure if they are the same? Guess that means i'm stupid too!
     
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    14ff and 14sf both have 1350 ujoints.
     
  5. muddawg

    muddawg Registered Member

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    well, i just picked up the napa #447 joint and it did not fit. The larger caps fit fine in the rear yoke but the smaller ones were too big for the driveline yoke and have inside snap rings and my stock driveline has the outside span rings. The smaller caps on the 447 joint have a diameter of 1.125" and my stock driveline takes a 1.063 diameter cap.Any ideas?
     
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    Take the old u-joint in with the one you bought and tell them this side fit but this side needs to fit this. It's not Pep Boys, it's NAPA, they will figure it out.:D
     
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    you need drive line work!
     

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