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CV shaft, just yoke no flange??

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by petryshyn, Mar 2, 2006.

  1. petryshyn

    petryshyn 1/2 ton status

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    I am wondering if there was ever a stock application in which they used a 1350 series u-joint with no flange, sorat something like the picture attached.

    I am asking this because i would like to make a cheap cv shaft to run in the rear for now, instead of getting a round one made(want to find tune everything)

    CV-Shaft-kit.jpg
     
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    i don't know if it is 1350 series but the front shaft on my 74 has a shaft like that with the yolk on the tcase
     
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    So np203 cases have no front flange all through the years?
     
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    some years have a front flange, i had a 79 with a 203 and it had the flange but my 74 203 does not
     
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    Hmm that will make it interesting to find, anyone know if any of the other big three ran these types of driveshafts?
     
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    Ford has been known to use a 1330 CV (yoke style).... '78 & '79 especially. Bronco used it on the rear too.

    I believe the 1350 CV used on the 99+ Superduty is a flange type.
     

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