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Old 06-28-2007, 11:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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10 spline Dana 60 yoke?

Anybody know of a vendor that has 10 spline dana 60 1350 yokes? I have some crazy huge yoke, seems bigger than a 1450 from the measurements I have taken. Searched all over and have found that they were available but nobody stocks them now.
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Old 06-28-2007, 11:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Did you try calling any decent driveline shop? They can find you a yoke based on the pinion diameter and spline count, not just application. I know Jess @ HAD has the capacity to do this.

Lemme guess, old Dodge shit? I have a divorced NP201 that has some retardedly huge yokes on it, they looked to be about 1410 size, but they are an older oddball size used by Dodge "back in the day."
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Old 06-29-2007, 08:41 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I already emailed a couple places including HAD, just haven't seen the particular part I'm looking for on anybody's website.
I believe the axle I have is off of an old chevy, that's what the guy I bought it from said. Seems dodge used a 56** and also a 76** joint. Both of which were hugenormous.
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While it isnt the 1350 you are looking for, you can get a 10-spline 1310 D60 yoke from IH rear 60's with the big-6 lug pattern (68 and earlier, 1200 3/4 ton, some of these had the IH corporate rear that looks like an eaton).

Not sure if the 1310 will work for you, but might be something to use until you can find a 1350 one. These are at least u-bolt style yokes.

Edit: Added comment about the yokes being u-bolt type

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Old 06-29-2007, 08:02 PM   #5 (permalink)
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what the diameter of the splines, seal diameter and length thru the yoke.
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Ok, got a reply from HAD and they don't have one. Thought for sure they would or would know where to get one. Darn.
So I'm sure a 1310 would work for now, just sourcing any of these seems to be uber difficult.
Major spline diameter is 1.25 and the seal diameter is the same as a regular 60.
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2-4-2611-1x
2-4-1991-1x

1.875 seal diameter,
1.25" diameter splines
10 spline
1.5" thru the hole.

either one should be your yoke.
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Old 06-29-2007, 11:42 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Those are the dana part #'s? Where did you find that? Went to the dana/spicer website and typed it in and it doesn't have any info besides it is a yoke. How much are those? $150-200 I'm guessing.
I must suck at the internet

EDIT: I see six states has it but I need a log in to see the price.

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http://www2.dana.com/Expert/wc.dll?hvtss~dedsec~2~4~2~
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Old 06-30-2007, 12:11 AM   #10 (permalink)
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Thanks a ton for the info. Still trying to figure out the dana site, through your link I can get to the correct spot but not from the dana homepage.
Anyhow, at least I have part #s to work with when calling or emailing.
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Called six states and either part # is around $45, way cheaper than I expected. Leaves more $ for other stuff like Tcase gears.
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