What u joints do I use in my 04 rubicon auto tranny rear driveshaft. There not replacement ones for stock shaft so what do I get. Prefer Spicer numbers I for the life of me can't find them
https://www.google.com/search?hl=en....234.1530.0j6j2.8.0...0.0...1ac.1.yK5sKfv2UAMCan you be sure of that trying to get joints today an not having luck that number changes to a shaft number
Called Tom woods it is a 1310 series u joint and after looking up its a 153X. Mine are all outter clipped not inner like the ones you posted are. Hoping its right I may just yank this all out.Jerry Bransford said:
Agree not at all arguing with ya haha. Please don't think I am. I see its a u joint an yes when I say I have a rubicon I do but does Tom woods use that u joint in their CV drive shaft? I am just going to pull this thing out an disassemble and get this all figured outJerry Bransford said:Ok, whatever, but I don't believe a 1310 size 5-153x (greasable) is going to work. A standard TJ takes a standard 1310 size u-joint and a 5-153x is a 1310 but you said you have a Rubicon .
Did you notice in my Google link that 5-795x link was indeed a u-joint and not a shaft as you said you were finding? Something isn't right somewhere..
And lastly, one of the many links in that Google link I provided confirms it is a Rubicon u-joint... http://compare.ebay.com/like/160599789190?var=lv<yp=AllFixedPriceItemTypes&var=sbar
Appologize for that I did read a few times am see it is a bit confusing. No worries!Jerry Bransford said:Your description in post #1 confused me. I read and re-read it several times and kept coming to the conclusion you couldn't find u-joints for the stock Rubicon driveshaft and you were just trying to buy the u-joints from Tom.
If it had been more clear that you actually had a Tom Wood CV driveshaft, I would have recommended Spicer 5-1310x u-joints which is the sealed, stronger, and more durable replacement. I would not go for the weaker greasable 5-153x.