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ORD Blazer CV info.

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by AgDieseler, Nov 14, 2001.

  1. AgDieseler

    AgDieseler Certified Scrap Producer Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Stephen,

    I'm in the very initial stages of planning out my doubler setup, and I am curious what joints were used in your rear CV on the ORD Blazer. I figure that if a 1310 or 1330 is tough enough for beastly engine, gearing, and tire combination, then it just might survive under my suburban with 37s. Thanks in advance.

    David Oliver
    '85 'burban
    B&B 6.2L J NA
    TH700R4
    5.5"lift, 35"BFGs
     
  2. offroadbarn

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    I'm guessing his are more like 1350's... now your talking $$$$ [​IMG]

    Jeff Knowlton
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  3. K10ANDYKHAMNIC

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    uh yeah , i have Stephen's old 1/2 ton axles and they have 1350 u joints ...

    WHATS WRONG WITH A 305 ?
    81 K10 GOODYEAR 35" MTRS
    TH350 NP 208
    O R D's axles
    NO BREAKAGE :)
     
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    Are you sure ?
    Something smells fishy !
    1330 vs. 1350
    My bet is on the 1330's
     
  5. AgDieseler

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    In the Fourwheeler write up, he is sited as having Tom Wood's driveshafts. To my knowledge, Tommy boy doesn't make a 1350 CV as of yet. That's something for which Jesse at High Angle Driveline seems to be the only source, and while the ORD 1/2 ton axles did have 1350 yokes, I'm more interested in the upper end of the shaft. This is what spurred my curiosity.

    David
    <P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by AgDieseler on 11/15/01 12:08 PM.</FONT></P>
     
  6. K10ANDYKHAMNIC

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    my parts guy is getting me a 1350 cv soon ill let yall know how much and all :)

    WHATS WRONG WITH A 305 ?
    81 K10 GOODYEAR 35" MTRS
    TH350 NP 208
    O R D's axles
    NO BREAKAGE :)
     

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