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Conversion u-joint

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by cocky, Mar 25, 2000.

  1. cocky

    cocky Registered Member

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    A few posts down there is a post titled 14 bolt or 12 bolt. on one of the replies a guy said that he put a 14 bolt under his k5 and made a conversion u-joint so the driveline would bolt up. I asked him to explain but he hasn't replied. may he hasn't been on line since. any way does any body know anything about a conversion ujoint?

    Richard
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  2. Corey-88K5

    Corey-88K5 1/2 ton status

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    I have a U-joint that is commonly refered to as a "Trick Ujoint" One the driveshaft side, its 1310, on the S/F 14blt side its 1350. I hope this helps.

    COrey
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  3. Here is the one I used from NAPA: #447 and under the UPC code it says NUJ447. I think it was 24 bucks

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  4. cocky

    cocky Registered Member

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    Corey, did you make that or buy it. If you bought it, where? If you made it how.
    BigBurb, what axles are you running?

    Richard
    1970 k5 Blazer
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  5. Boggin' Blazer

    Boggin' Blazer 1/2 ton status

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    Burb has a 14ff in the rear.
    I believe Corey bought the s/f 14 bolt. they were available in light duty 3/4 ton chevy trucks. I think somewhere around 88 and up. Any one can correct me if I am wrong.

    David

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  6. 14 Bolt FF in the rear and 10 bolt 3/4 ton in front

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  7. cocky

    cocky Registered Member

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    Burb, did the u-joint you bought fit w/o any modification for both your drive shaft and the 14 ff? Will this u-joint work in my 70 k5 and a 14 bolt?

    Richard
    1970 k5 Blazer
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