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08-28-2013 11:26 AM
Hockeygeek21
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Originally Posted by OverkillYJ View Post
1330 for 95 YJ, 1310 for others are what is on the yoke. Odds are you just need a 1310 ujoint. And Yeah, cut down those UBolt ends. Holy crap!
I put them on and was in a hurry that day, didn't have time to cut them Down
08-28-2013 10:59 AM
OverkillYJ 1330 for 95 YJ, 1310 for others are what is on the yoke. Odds are you just need a 1310 ujoint. And Yeah, cut down those UBolt ends. Holy crap!
08-27-2013 11:32 PM
bajajohn You are lucky that thing didn't decide to come loose while you were going at a high rate of speed it could have ben ugly.
08-27-2013 08:33 PM
Mowrangler The rear joint on mine is a hybred 1330/1310 joint. But it is hard to tell by the pics.
08-27-2013 08:30 PM
Mowrangler Take what is left of what you have to a driveshaft shop or NAPA and have them match it up. I cant tell by looking at the pics what you have. It could have been built with a couple different joints. 1330 and 1310 joints are common but who knows what the builder used ?
08-27-2013 08:10 PM
Hockeygeek21 So does anyone know what ujoint to use for the cv style driveshaft:
08-27-2013 08:05 PM
Mowrangler
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Originally Posted by Hockeygeek21 View Post
So I was driving in town today and heard some noise when I stopped, didn't think anything of it so I started going again and everything was shaking like crazy, limped home to find this.

Anyone know what ujoint I need? I have an sye with a cv style driveshaft, a link would be helpful, thanks.
Your right that could have been real ugly. My po used the wrong rear joint the wrong bolts, too much t case drop and too short of a driveshaft.
It toreup the yoke,driveshaft t case output shaft and extension housing. Look at all of those closely before you put it back together.
08-27-2013 08:02 PM
brachilius While u r fixing the joint u might as well cut down the u-bolts! Just a thought.
08-27-2013 07:45 PM
Mbclark
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Originally Posted by Hockeygeek21 View Post

I think the po put the wrong ujoint in, its haning my a thread
Looks like the driveshaft is damaged, maybe it's just the pic
08-27-2013 07:36 PM
Hockeygeek21
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Originally Posted by Mbclark View Post
What's going on over there on the other side of that u-joint?
I think the po put the wrong ujoint in, its haning my a thread
08-27-2013 06:58 PM
Mbclark What's going on over there on the other side of that u-joint?
08-27-2013 06:54 PM
Hockeygeek21 So I was driving in town today and heard some noise when I stopped, didn't think anything of it so I started going again and everything was shaking like crazy, limped home to find this.

Anyone know what ujoint I need? I have an sye with a cv style driveshaft, a link would be helpful, thanks.

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