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Various Neapco 1310 U-Joint Part Numbers

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by ford_assassin, Sep 7, 2004.

  1. ford_assassin

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    Hey guys, I was looking through a Neapco book and noticed that there are several different Neapco part numbers for the 1310, but most doesn't say what the differences are. Someone told me that the "Brute Force" units are made out of aluminum, is that true? That wouldn't seem like the best material to use to me.

    Anyway, I know some of you are hard-core guru's so I was hoping to find out the differences.

    Any help is thanked in advance.

    All of these part numbers is carried by AutoZone:

    1-0153
    1-0153BF
    1-0174
    1-0174BF
    1-0278
    1-0297
     
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    1-0153 greasable through cross 1310 driveshaft joint

    1-0153BF non greasable 1310 driveshaft joint

    1-0154 greasable through cap

    1-0174 & 1-0174BF are greasable/non greasable Dana 35 axle joints. Book calls them 1310 wheel joints but they're relaly not

    1-0278 is a greasable joint for CV applications

    1-0297 greasable Dana 44 and 10 bolt front wheel joint
    1-0297BF same but non greasable
    1-0298 greasable through cap

    297 is also listed as a 1310 wheel joint, I don't know where they got that idea...a wheel joint is generally just referred to by the old spicer part number (332x, 297x, etc)

    The brute force joints are forged just like the greasables. They are stronger because they are non-greasable.

    Alumniguard u joints are for aluminum driveshaft applications. They are the same as a regular u joint, just coated to prevent corrosion on an aluminum driveshaft.
     
  3. 55Willy

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    and the 1310 to 1350 through neapco is 3-3140
     
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    and a 1330-1350 is 2-1153 ?

    please double check...
     
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    1330-1350 would not be used anywhere on a Chevy truck.

    Saginaw S44 to 1350 is 2-1153
     
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    Yes, you're correct.

    The Saginaw joints use internal locking clips. All Spicer style joints use external locking clips.
     
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    Since we're posting u joint part numbers I might as well add one more set....

    2-3011 saginaw S44, greasable through cross
    2-3011BF saginaw S44, non greasable
    2-3012 saginaw S44, greasable through cap
     

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