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Old 03-20-2009, 07:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1330 to 1350 u-joint

okay i searched and all i could come up with was summit and the u joint store... both were about 30 buks + shipping... i dont really mind paying that much, but if i dont have to then i wont!... also i would like to find a part # to give the parts guy... obiously he just looks at me funny when i say 1330 and 1350 getting it here would save me shipping...
if anyone has a part # that would be great... we have napa, autozone, car quest, parts plus, and advance all within 10 mi... so please help!
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Old 03-20-2009, 07:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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thanks i preciate it!
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447 NAPA. I think Neapco is the same number.

EDIT: The Precision number is the same. Just bought one.
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awesome... 447... thats the whole part #?
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Old 03-20-2009, 08:55 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Univeral Joint (U-Joint) - Combination - Universal, 331 x 534G; Round Grooved & Round Plain
thats what i found... puj 447
huh what do those # mean 331 x 534g
nothing on the cheap eh?

EDIT: wtf thats why i hate parts stores!
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Bearing Type : Round Grooved & Round Plain
Ujoints Combined : 331 x 534G
Bearing Dimensions : Plain Diameter 1.188 ", Grooved Diameter 1.125 "
Contents : 1 U-Joint, 2 Inside & 2 Outside Lock Rings, 1 Grease Fitting
Driveline Series Combined : Spicer 1350 x Saginaw 44Fitment Dimension : 3.62 " Over Plain Bearing Cups, 2.56 " Between Yoke Ears
Grease Fitting Location : Between Trunions

uh what?
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im not sure if this will work... i need external lock rings on the 1330 side
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The smaller caps have the internal groove, but they're the correct size. If you have a 1330 driveshaft and a 1350 yoke, the groove won't matter. If you're going the other way, I'm not sure if it'll work or not.
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Take it to the parts store and see what they come up with. I think the one I bought at teh Napa store in Disney, OK was around $20 after tax.
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ah i found it, its 448!
http://www.napaonline.com/NOLPPSE/(S...448_0010270151
hell yes!!!! is this it?
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damn $32 i wonder if autozone can beat that!
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ah i found it, its 448!
You sure that's right? The small caps are 1.063", but I think standard 1330 caps are 1.125". I'm pretty sure that joint works on some Ford applications.
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You sure that's right? The small caps are 1.063", but I think standard 1330 caps are 1.125". I'm pretty sure that joint works on some Ford applications.
i gotta measure again

EDIT: just measured and it is 1 1/16" or 1.063" (1330) and 1 3/16 or 1.188" (1350)
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looks like it will fit, now i guess ill do some old school "telephone" research techniques!
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just measured and it is 1 1/16" or 1.063" (1330) and 1 3/16 or 1.188" (1350)
Cool, you're good then. The Spicer number apeters89 posted is good also.

I wonder who the knucklehead was that decided a 1330 joint can have two different size caps?
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the same guy that decided it would be a good idea to have two different sized 3-bolt header flanges on my jeep .... both cause excessive frustration!
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I haven't heard of 1330 u-joints...just 1310 and 1350. I've got the Spicer 1310's and they were twenty-something each.

From what I've heard, while the 1350's are stronger, it's better to get a 1310 because it's a relatively inexpensive part if it breaks. If you run the 1350's, they may withstand the abuse yet something else (more expensive) could break. Anyones have experience with that?
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mainly the only reason is because from t-case back its 1330 but 14 bolt is 1350... its a long story... anyways when i have a spare 5 or 6 bills collecting dust it will all be 1410
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I have to say the neapco # was something different - These #'s are wierd to me . Good luck- Jess
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1330-1350 conversion joint Neapco # 2-3050

1310 1.063 x 3.219 PN 1-1053
1330 1.063 x 3.622 PN 2-0053
1350 1.188 x 3.622 PN 2-4800
1410 1.188 x 4.187 PN 2-0054

You can down load Neapco catalog .pdf from http://www.neapco.com/n_products-catalogs.php
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Old 03-21-2009, 10:21 PM   #23 (permalink)
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i called napa and theirs was 25 an chance car quest was 30 and autozone couldnt find it... ill call them tom w/ neapco# and see what thew come up with... they are normally pretty reasonable... i want to buy 2 b/c its obious that i cant just come across one out on the trail

edit: btw thanks for that pdf... its pretty b-a
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