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Question for the guys running 1410 cummins driveshafts

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by icer97, Jul 10, 2005.

  1. icer97

    icer97 1/2 ton status

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    Ive searched with no luck, but Ive read here before about using a 89-93 dodge cummins driveshaft when upgrading to 1410 yokes on both the NP205 and 14 bolt. Just find one and simply cut it to length, which sounds great to me. My question is what exact model can be used. I went to the local junk yard and they had a driveshaft for a 2wd cummins, which wont work because it was for a slip yoke type. Other I found was a 2 piece. Does it have to be a single cab 4x4 driveshaft? Im still looking but have had no luck. I think maybe Kyle at NWF had mentioned this to me before. Any help would be appriciated! :bow:
     
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    Anyone???????? :(
     
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    why would it not work because its a slip yoke?
     
  4. icer97

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    Well I have a fixed yoke on my 205 so I need the slip in the driveshaft itself and not a slip yoke like the 2wd cummins driveshaft has. Im just going to keep calling around to try to find a cummins 4x4 reg cab driveshaft and hope its right. :confused:
     
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    The regular cab driveshafts are the best donors...the crew cabs will work, you end up using the section that is attached to the carrier bearing and has the slip, you just have to lengthen instead of shorten.

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    Thanks alot, thats the answer I was looking for! :bow: :D
     

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