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Yep. All 1350. And yes the 1350 id the fuse, I already broke one without breakinh thediff.

Already planning on just one spare by taking a front f350 shaft and extending it athome.... and they are 4" different

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July 10th, 2015, 4:38 pm
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Dan90FSB wrote:
You got a plate style yoke


Flange, I think that's what they're called. I have one on the back of the transfer case.

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July 10th, 2015, 6:12 pm
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Big Ed wrote:
Dan90FSB wrote:
You got a plate style yoke


Flange, I think that's what they're called. I have one on the back of the transfer case.

yep, just couldn't think of the term at the time.

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July 12th, 2015, 5:22 pm
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crap, front shaft is 1" too long,,, ordered 44 and got 45... and another important lesson. that ford u-joint that looks like a 1350 is not a 1350... same center cross dimensions but the cap is 1 1/8 instead of 1 3/16. so Its begger than the 1330 on most 1 tons but not up to the full 1350.

anyone found a cross over for this yet

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July 13th, 2015, 8:42 am
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Never ran into that. When I did shafts last I just told Steve at SBD to put 1350s in everything. And I bought 1350 yokes for both axles. I wanted to carry one spare ujoint to cover all driveshafts.

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July 13th, 2015, 12:13 pm
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you want a conversion joint? Heres one...

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mog-4 ... fgodsHkOVw


July 13th, 2015, 2:41 pm
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oatmeal wrote:
you want a conversion joint? Heres one...

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mog-4 ... fgodsHkOVw

nope, its worse than that. notice that there is a 1.063 and 1.188 caps,,,, ford is 1.125. On a brighter note, Steve set me up with a u-joint by combining one of those listed with a 1.063 to 1.125 conversion joint. swapping the caps ends up with a 1.188 to 1.125 conversion joint. shaft is in and looks great. now I have to get the suspension loaded to normal and set the shocks and drive shaft angle. Before Dusy I will swap out the 1330BC (1.125) yoke for a full 1350 yoke.

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July 14th, 2015, 7:31 am
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Before Dusy I will swap out the 1330BC (1.125) yoke for a full 1350 yoke.


Reminds me of my rear driveshaft, I found Bronco II front driveshafts are a workable length. 1330 to 1350 conversions are 40 bucks :banghead: , bought a 1350 slip yoke with the same spline. Then I only needed one conversion joint. I did this when money was tight, I had a spare set up the same way. Then when I could afford it I bought 1350 tube yokes, and had them swapped. That was part of making everything on my truck 1350, much better than having multiple spare u joints.

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Big Ed wrote:
drkhrs925 wrote:
Before Dusy I will swap out the 1330BC (1.125) yoke for a full 1350 yoke.


Reminds me of my rear driveshaft, I found Bronco II front driveshafts are a workable length. 1330 to 1350 conversions are 40 bucks :banghead: , bought a 1350 slip yoke with the same spline. Then I only needed one conversion joint. I did this when money was tight, I had a spare set up the same way. Then when I could afford it I bought 1350 tube yokes, and had them swapped. That was part of making everything on my truck 1350, much better than having multiple spare u joints.

thats the plan, to have all the same... but the hitch is the spare yokes for the axles... it seems expensive to have to buy two of everything just to be spare. So far no pick n pull option that is 1350

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driveshaft in but with a conversion joint. I need to find a good 1350 yoke. the stock ones are strap type and the u-bolt type are expensive,,, crap

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July 22nd, 2015, 4:34 pm
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Go flanges!

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July 22nd, 2015, 5:20 pm
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Just spend the $80 for a yoke and be done with it. Ive done it twice now :goodfinger:

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July 22nd, 2015, 6:16 pm
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103 bucks from here. I'm considering getting one as well. Buy once cry once
http://www.dennysdriveshaft.com/p1221_1 ... 3_to_.html

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July 22nd, 2015, 8:48 pm
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I wonder if we could get a deal on 3? Lol

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California Monkey wrote:
I wonder if we could get a deal on 3? Lol



Id be willing to bet so. Ive talked to them on the phone about driveshafts and they were pretty flexible. My next shaft will come from them.


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