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Help with Yoke Size

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 1HighK5, Nov 13, 2005.

  1. 1HighK5

    1HighK5 1/2 ton status

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    I am about to have a new drive shaft made I have an NP205 with a Fixed yoke and a 3/4 ton 14FF what size yoke should be on the 205 and what size yoke should be on the 14FF? And is their a way to measure this to know what I got? Thank for any help
     
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    Chaddy 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    1310 on your t-case............1350 on your 14boltff
     
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    What's the 205 from? I'd guess 1310 on the 205, 1350 on the 14 bolt.

    EDIT :doah: too slow
     
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    mechted 1 ton status Premium Member

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    if you're having a shaft made, it would probably be best to run 1350s on both ends, then use a conversion joint at the t-case or even better, change the yoke on the t-case to a 1350
     
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    a 1350 CV w/flange at the Tcase & 1410 with yoke at the axle, thick tubing, w/ CK5 discount & shipping will run you about $550 from HAD. :D
     
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    Thanks I want 1350 joints at both ends of the drive shaft but I don't think I need a 1350 CV I wanted to know because I am going to order a 1350 U bolt yoke from North West Fab works for the 205. Also to answer another question the 205 is a 1970 Fixed yoke.
     

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