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Old 11-08-2007, 05:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dana 60 flange for 1410 finally! 38 degree's too

here's the first conversion for a dana 60 to a pinion flange for 1410 series - ironically My own truck needed - you could have with this shaft 42 degree's max off the t-case and 38 operation off the diff- This will be sold with the driveline (a long slip) due to the way its made- And add 189.00 to the cost of the shaft- Then you will need the flange for the 60- This is a good thing because yokes are not happy with the rocks usually- Its a 6 bolt flange by the way- Jess
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And a better close up- the bolts are shielded by the flange- So the rocks don't get to eat them-Jess
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Old 12-23-2007, 10:36 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Hey Jess,
I'm running reworked, rockwell driveshafts with 1410 joints to standard yokes front and rear. I have the slips mounted at the t-case. They are well protected up there and are fine on a trail-only rig.

I do have a problem with bashing up the yokes at the diffs though.

What would I need from you to convert to the flange style mounting to get rid of the yokes?
Costs?

How much length would be added to each driveline?

Thanks in advance.
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Sorry for the delay- It was nutz around the holiday- You would have to convert to the flange -as for the cost it would be best to call- Jess
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