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Yoke nut size?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by backyardbuilt, Jan 9, 2003.

  1. backyardbuilt

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    On a 79 NP205 I need to get a socket for the nut to take the yoke off to mount my flange for my new shaft. Does anyone know what size I need. Thanks Ryan
     
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    Rear output is 1 5/16".
     
  3. backyardbuilt

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    Thanks by the time I get done with this I'll have 10,000 sockets.
     
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  5. backyardbuilt

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    No, then you don't have to ask you just keep try'n a different one till you get it right.
     
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    Like was stated, yes it is 1-5/16"
    The problem is that the standard 1-5/16" socket you buy is going to be too thick to fit inside the confines on the 1310 yoke. I was told they make a thinwall socket from Snap-On and others, but I could never find it.
    If you have a 1350 yoke, the plain socket will fit fine.
    -- Mike
     
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    Do a quick search. About a month ago, I posted a link to the place I bought that socket from. It had to be hammered in just a little bit, but worked great.
     
  8. backyardbuilt

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    I found that out when I pulled the yoke on my 14FF so I bought a set of thin wall 3/4" from 1" to 2" with 15 sizes in between so I would not have to ask again. It came right off, so thanks for all the help.
     

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