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My Ford Dana 60 has a 1330F yoke, it's different than the 1330, the caps are larger. I've seen 1330 to 1310 U joints... But I can't find the 1330F to 1310 anywhere. Can anyone tell me if this exists? If so, where to buy it?
 

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I know for a fact there are plenty of vendors that sell a 1350 UBolt yoke for a Ferd 60. Best to upgrade now in case you pop a cap you aren't stuck trying to source an odd ass 1330F joint. I saw a Dana 1310/1350 joint at my local shop.

Go to High Angle Driveline. Tell Jesse what you want.

http://www.highangledriveline.com/
 

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Why would I buy a new $80 yoke & buy a U joint,
When I could just buy a U joint that solves the problem...

Any help anybody?
 

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Because my driveshafts have 1310 yokes & that's what I'm using because I'm not wasting money on unnecessary stuff that I do t need. Another reason is I'd rather break a driveshaft U joint than grenade my Transfercase. I'm not running 44s, I'm running light 38s & I don't break things very often because I drive easy because I like wheeling & not getting towed to camp.

Anyway.. So Napa makes a 1330F to 1310 adapter U joint?
Are you sure???
 

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Because my driveshafts have 1310 yokes & that's what I'm using because I'm not wasting money on unnecessary stuff that I do t need. Another reason is I'd rather break a driveshaft U joint than grenade my Transfercase. I'm not running 44s, I'm running light 38s & I don't break things very often because I drive easy because I like wheeling & not getting towed to camp.

Anyway.. So Napa makes a 1330F to 1310 adapter U joint?
Are you sure???

Umm Why cant you just call around to all the big parts shops? Whys everyone ask shit like this on here? Do some of your own research. All the time you have wasted waiting for a reply you could of found what you needed and been done with it.
 

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Get a 1310 yoke and be done with it. I used to do the 1330-1310 thing but it's not worth it. I think RE has a 1310-1330 ujoint, but I'd switch to 1310-1310 and it makes trail repairs much easier.
 

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Get a 1310 yoke and be done with it. I used to do the 1330-1310 thing but it's not worth it. I think RE has a 1310-1330 ujoint, but I'd switch to 1310-1310 and it makes trail repairs much easier.

Uhhh... can't you read? He doesn't break. He won't need trail repairs. ;)
 

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I've done the reseach.. if Google can't find a 1330f to 1310 conversion U joint.. Then I'm sure as hell the idiot on the phone at a Parts place won't be able to find one either... Let alone know what a 1330F is.

There isn't such a thing,
So I gotta buy a 1310 yoke.
 

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I am sure if you call Jess at
High Angle Driveline
7245 Clark Road
Paradise , Ca 95969

530) 877-2875

Main shop Phone

Hours 8am to 8pm for orders

Monday thru Friday - Pacific std time.


I am sure Jess can tell you what you have or what you need where to get it etc.


And lastly.....

Also have your measured the size you need?
The "series" of a driveshaft or universal joint is determined by the actual dimensions of the u-joint. While the front and rear u-joint can be of two different sizes the shaft is only as strong as the smaller one. The 1310 series u-joint measures approximately 3 1/4 inches wide. The 1330 and 1350 both measure approximately 3 5/8 wide. The 1310 and 1330 series can have cap diameters of 1 1/16 and/or 1 1/8 inch or a combination of both sizes. The 1350 series has a cap diameter of 1 3/16 inch and the body and journals are bigger than the 1310 or 1330. Remember 1350 is almost never found in production car driveshafts.


Could it be that the F stands for F-series as in F150-250-350 etc?
 

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I bought mine at a local parts store, just google cross joint or combo u-joint, and some stuff should come up. I am running 1350-1310 joints on 60 and 14, no issues at all. Napa carries them, I think someone posted here parts number for the cross joints.
 

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Post #6 should help http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?p=9324785

Joint 5-1204X "Fits 1330 Speical Series applications when 2 caps measure 1 1/8" and the other 2 caps measure 1 1/16". Greasable, includes 2 inside and 2 outside snap rings" per the specs I was able to find.

The 1330F (also known as the 1330sp) is a bastard joint as you know. The conversion joint should be 16-18 bucks.
 
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