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Old 02-19-2012, 09:58 PM
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If you call speedway with the measurements they can find the EXACT U-joint you need. Super great people to work with!

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Old 02-22-2012, 08:26 PM
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so i think their shud be a u joint i can buy which will be bigger to fit the yoke
The Pinion yoke looks to be a 1310 series joint. Spicer part# 5-153X

As far as the driveline... Is the joint held in by "inside" snap rings or outside snap rings?

If the D/L has inside snap rings use a Spicer 5-3022X

If the D/L joint needs to be wider but the caps are the same Dia as the pinion yoke.. Use Spicer 5-134X.

If those are not correct post the specs on what you need and I'll give you the part number.
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I installed a ujoint

I replaced the ujoint but one of the snap rings doesnt fit I guess the u joint is to big but it's so close to fitting on the driveshaft . the pinion yoke worked perfectly with the ubolt so what do I do now?
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Old 02-22-2012, 09:17 PM
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I replaced the ujoint but one of the snap rings doesnt fit I guess the u joint is to big but it's so close to fitting on the driveshaft . the pinion yoke worked perfectly with the ubolt so what do I do now?
If a snap ring won't go in you better knock the caps back out and check for dropped needle brgs.
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No but was before

when I first put it that happend then I fixed it
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when I first put it that happend then I fixed it
Are you sure it didnt happen again? Did you happen to break one of the needle Brgs the first time it happened? If a needle brg broke there could be a small piece of the brg hanging things up.
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or could be a needle bearing in the opposite cap that was overlooked. If its really close fit, that would be the first thing i check, those bearings can be a biotch.
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