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Old 01-26-2017, 12:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Drive Shaft Parts

I've been searching and searching for a source to buy new drive shaft parts. I'm wanting to build new drive shafts for my buggy. But can't find definitive information on what's compatible with what. Should I stick with Toyota based U-Joints, drive shaft parts? Is there a better Dana/Spicer option that I can use and bolt up to my Toyota flanges?

Sorry if it's been covered.. there's lots of info on bolt patterns etc.. not munch info (that I can find) for a guy wanting to build his own shafts from new parts. (Not square drive shafts)

On my buggy I've got Toyota 8" diffs front and rear with Triple drilled flanges on all ends. I need a standard length slip yoke in the front and a long slip in there rear.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Thank you.. I've been in contact with them but they haven't returned my email from Monday.. They have been responsive prior though.. I'm just being a little impatient I guess.
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I'd stick with the Matsuba u-joints. Maybe hit up the guys at Sacramento Driveline if you make it up that way and see if they can hook you up with slip yokes.
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I'd stick with the Matsuba u-joints. Maybe hit up the guys at Sacramento Driveline if you make it up that way and see if they can hook you up with slip yokes.
That's what I was thinking too. Just need to source the tube and flange yokes. Thanks I'll give them a call
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Thank you.. I've been in contact with them but they haven't returned my email from Monday.. They have been responsive prior though.. I'm just being a little impatient I guess.
I'm sorry to hear that - its possible it fell through the cracks, hit them up again. I've had nothing but outstanding service with them for years.
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I haven't ordered from them yet, but bookmarked this PDF in case I needed to at some point: Rockford Drive Line http://rockforddriveline.com/toyota.pdf

I've heard good things and as far as I can tell, one of the only places you can get new Toyota flange yokes, etc.
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Toyota drive shaft parts

We stock these if it helps.
TOYOTA Drive shaft parts
that Rockford site looks good but be careful the info and interchange is not correct. #1 example

422A -BOLT FLANGE YOKE - (2nd Design)
(Height to Bearing Center - 1.765")
1979-1994 Toyota 4X4

79-83 is the correct year for this flange.
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