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For those of you who might want to replace the small Dodge U-joints on your Dana 60s or 70s, this could be of interest.  You can buy new U-bolt style pinion yokes in the 1350 size for about $60-70 a piece.  By scrounging around in salvage yards, I discovered that these yokes were OEM equipment on mid to late 70s era Ford F250s.  These were high production trucks and many can be found in yards.  Not all of them have the 1350 yoke, some have the smaller 1310 yoke.  You can quickly tell by the size of the U-bolt nuts.  If they are 9/16", its a 1350 yoke.  Getting the pinon nut off in the yard can be fun...
 

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Would that work on the transfer case also? You can also get the 1410 joints off of the 1992 W250 CTD 4X4.
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Watch out for the 1330 yokes.
 

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jungle said:
Would that work on the transfer case also? You can also get the 1410 joints off of the 1992 W250 CTD 4X4.
Jim
It could work for some transfer cases. Most NP205s are 35 spline, but that's no guarantee that a Ford driver's drop version uses the same seal diameter or has the same depth to contact the bearing to set the preload.
 
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