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u-joint sizes needed(asap)

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by jones, Dec 25, 2004.

  1. jones

    jones 1/2 ton status

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    i need to know what size joints i need for rear d/s.'76 14bff,'76 1/2t. 465/205 10 spline,11 or 12in.clutch if that makes any difference.would it be a 1310 for the fixed yoke on the t/c,and a 1350 for the d/s slip yoke to the 14bff?my wife is having one built for a belated christmas gift,and the shop needs to know.any help would be appreciated.thanks and merry CHRISTmas.
     
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    tRustyK5 Big meanie Staff Member Super Moderator GMOTM Winner Author

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    The 14 bolt would have a 1350, the 465/205 if from a 1/2 ton should have the 1310. I'd seriously consider swapping a 1350 yoke onto the 205 and go 1350 at both ends of the driveshaft. Should be a bolt on deal...


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  3. jones

    jones 1/2 ton status

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    where do i get the 1350 yoke for the 205 and how much $$$ we talkin'?sounds like a good plan to me.the d/s shop was talkin' of using the yokes from the stock d/s(not stock to my '84) which is from(so i was told) a '72 3/4t.,d60 rear,465/205.what u-joint sizes would that be?
     
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    I'm sure Jesse @ High Angle has a 1350 yoke for a 205 in stock. He takes them off of Atlas cases when they come in to install his CV flange. Give him a call.


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    jones 1/2 ton status

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    thanks!i'll check into it.i just found an 8ft. chunck of 4in. tube steel in the yard.what's the wall thickness of a 4in. round d/s.i'm going to cut the ends off mine tomorrow,anyway.maybe i've got the means to build my own.hey,TJ,did you find out who that is in Greenville that balances shafts?that would help do it on the cheap.at least until i get some extra cash.who knows,maybe it'll worl well enough and i won't need to buy one.wish me luck!
     
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    nope not yet, ill try to find out though.
     

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