Discussion in 'The Garage' started by drivelineman, May 17, 2006.
Here's the first few proto-types - there's 1410- 1480-1550- what do you think? Jess
I think I will run 1480 on my truck- maybe get a few pic's of it rubbing on a rock to show why we like flanges- Jess
I haven't even had a chance to rub my 1410 yoke on any rocks yet and you go and come up with this now, you suck
just kidding, your stuff rocks!
I saw your post on pirate about these too but am kinda confused. In some of the pirate pics the yoke and flange look like one piece. In this pic the yoke appears to be cast and the flange machined so they look like two seperate pieces. Am I just not looking at it right or am I missing something else?
2 piece. they bolt together with 4 bolts. they (the bolt holes) can be seen in the above pic.
The flange is machined billet material I believe. Atleast it looks like it in person. The yokes are cast and bolt to the flange. Kinda like Toyota stuff.
1550?!?!?!?! Damn! Thats gotta be HUGE!!!
damn thats sweet. you needed to come out with it about a month ago though lol. oh well I think your 1410 stuff should hold up under my k5.
what kind of pricing are we talking so we can dream a bit more?
It is a billit- and the driveline flange bolts to the pinion flange with either 4 bolts or 8- here's another view- Jess
That one was right before i drilled the holes-Jess
DOH! , hate when that happens. I see some chatter too, hehe.
has anyone decided to run one of these? or have any experience with them
I like flanges for cool factor but can someone tell me the functional advantage over a yoke with ubolts? I think it is the fully encapsulated (if that is the proper term) Ujoint caps there fore better load distribution and less likely to spit a cap. It also looks like it would keep the joint off of things as the flange would hit it first.
How much angle can a 1410 operate at? Is it comparable to a 1350 CV?
I think it would be sweet to have a shaft with 1410 flanges on both ends .
thats what im trying to find out as well.
My interest is peeked. I was just talking about changing my 14 to a 1410 yesterday. Like a couple of others though, what really are the advantages of a flange over a yoke?
My interest is also piqued.
1410 is marginaly stronger then 1350, but it is capable of more of an angle
1410 is not the interest point it is the flange for the 14FF pinion that has everyones interest peeked . That and it comes in 1410, 1480, and 1550
That's right, spread the misinformation.
I meant to say Peaked
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