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    Hey guys, what's everybodys favorites to run? I 'm looking to change mine out.........john

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    SPICER !!! or you could run KUNG WONG FU hp series Mornin' John

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    SPICER !!! or you could run KUNG WONG FU hp series Mornin' John
    Hey Tommy..thanks again for the goodie package.

    Since you keep telling me you are the next coming of ol what's his name, give me a part number biotch........

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrork View Post
    Hey guys, what's everybodys favorites to run? I 'm looking to change mine out.........john
    Spicer - Nothing else matters!

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    Johnny I'mm likin those Chong foo ones made from ground up Tibetan ox carts , which style DL do you have ? you should have gotten a new beefy a$$ input slpine delio ? are yours push in or strap on ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    Johnny I'mm likin those Chong foo ones made from ground up Tibetan ox carts , which style DL do you have ? you should have gotten a new beefy a$$ input slpine delio ? are yours push in or strap on ?
    Yup Tommy, I got the new input spline dealio that straps on. My existing driveline that I'll be putting it on is the press in type with the attached PTO flange

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    Spicer baby. They have been the standard forever.

    American made still too, I think.

    SB Products is now making tool steel 1350 u-joints. Stronger than 1450's.

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    SB Products is now making tool steel 1350 u-joints. Stronger than 1450's(1 ton).

    But other than that, Spicer baby. They have been the standard forever.

    American made still too, I think.


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    NICE Brian !!
    Jrork Post up a pic maybe so as we can see what ya got ?

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    I use Autozone or Carquest. They are pretty much all the same with the smae part numbers. if you can mic the caps and the width I can get you part numbers. My driveline takes part number 1-0154 which has the grease zerk in the cap.
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    Thanks for the quick response guys. I really appreciate it.

    Caps are 1.063"
    Width cap to cap is 3.250"

    Here's a pic of the parts broken out. (please ignore the mess, they'll be shiny before I reassemble, promise)


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    I don't have part numbers for you, but I am pretty sure those are 1310 U-joint dimensions.

    Get Spicers, you won't be dissapointed.

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    Thanks for the quick response guys. I really appreciate it.

    Caps are 1.063"
    Width cap to cap is 3.250"
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    Don't eat your wheaties before you tighten the U-bolt straps either. Tighten them up just enough to hold it in place, but not enough to crush or deform the cap. I believe there are "ears" on your yoke that prevent the cup from coming out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsuwrhr View Post
    Don't eat your wheaties before you tighten the U-bolt straps either. Tighten them up just enough to hold it in place, but not enough to crush or deform the cap. I believe there are "ears" on your yoke that prevent the cup from coming out.

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    Good point Brian
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    Quote Originally Posted by 396_Ways_To_Spit View Post
    Good point Brian
    Just trying to pass on some of the harder lessions I learned in my early days of playing with cars.

    They don't last long all tightened down, especially on the freeway while on the way to a car show in Vegas.

    You will get about half way there, usually.

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