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Technical Where to find flange mount U joint yoke for older Dodge rearends?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Budget36, Nov 16, 2015.

  1. Budget36
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  2. Budget36
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    Thanks, but I'm looking to find the part that holds the U-Joint, I assume?, it's would look like a rear end Yoke, but just bolt to the flange instead of over the pinion and nutted down.
     
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  3. Hnstray
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    Some time ago, here on the HAMB, someone asked the same question. As I recall, there is/was a Spicer part that is flanged and has the conventional u-joint yoke. The reply post even provided the Dana/Spicer part number. And, no, I am NOT confusing that part with similar part used on late Ford axles for the same purpose. :D

    You may be able to find a Dana online catalog or call a driveline shop that would have access to the info.

    Edit: short messages have a posting time advantage over verbosity :(

    Ray
     
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  4. Budget36
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    Thanks Gents, the hunt it on...
     
  5. 73RR
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    Check with the crew over at www.p15-d24.com
    ...seems like that question has popped up over there as well.

    .
     
  6. 27troadster
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    I had new drive line made for my '34 Ply at a drive shaft shop in Tacoma, WA about 7 years ago and they matched it up to a new part that has a 4 bolt flange and accepts modern U-Joints. The guy at the shop didn't know anything about old cars, but recognized the flanges I was asking for immediately. Then measured the flange and pulled a pair off the shelf. (I'm running '34 Ply trans as well)

    The guy there said there are only 2 sizes that have been in common use over the years and they are still used today (Toyota, Landcruiser, I don't remember exactly but something like that) Anyways, what I thought was going to be a long search ended up being super simple.

    Kipp
     
  7. Budget36
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    Good info again, gents, thanks so much!
     

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