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U-joint tech info wanted.

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by blazen91, Mar 5, 2004.

  1. blazen91

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    I know there are 1310, 1350, ect. u-joints. I know the bigger the number, the bigger the joint. So, besides "the 1350 is bigger than the 1310", what are the differences. i.e. what does '1310' stand for. Is it a measurment? And if so, what are all the measurments for the different sized joints?
     
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    If you have any questions about particular measurements, post up, I have a book.

    1310 and 1330 use the same size cap, as do 1350 and 1410. The difference is that a 1330 uses a wider cross than a 1310. Same with 1410 vs. 1350. Same cap, but 1410 is wider.
     

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