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Old 02-21-2017, 07:03 AM
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Front drive shaft u Joint that goes from transfer case front axle, I tried to replace the u joint with a Moog 377 but I was told it was wrong size, anyone know what the correct size is or do I have to buy a new yoke?

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You can not replace it.

Not easily at least.

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I was able to get the old one off at a machine shop and he said it could be spot welded if I had the correct size U joint to replace it, would a moog 269 or 280 work?
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Those arent real size numbers, ujoints will be 1310, 1330, 1350, etc. Pretty sure it is a 1330.

Dont use moog ujoints, always use spicer.
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I was able to get the old one off at a machine shop and he said it could be spot welded if I had the correct size U joint to replace it, would a moog 269 or 280 work?
Those are Moog part numbers, just the same as spicer has part numbers. you cant go into NAPA and say give me a 1330 u joint, at least not at most parts houses. you have to have the part number. You can cross refrence most part numbers and get the different brands. For example the Spicer 1310 to 1330 conversion u joint part number is 5-134x where the Moog part number is 253.

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