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do the 32 spline atlas yokes cross to anything else or are they atlas specific? i just got 1410 yokes for my d60 and 14b and i need to get yokes for the atlas. do the standard 1410 yoke offer more travel than the flange mount style? thanks
 

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I have found various 32 spline yokes at the junk yard on 203's and 205's and other cases. 32 spline is 32 spline afaik, and there are a few different seal id's (yoke od) to go with. Unless your dshaft has a flange you could likely find what you need at the junk yard for 1310, 1330, 1350, but probably not any larger.
 

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Atlas Yokes

Nothing special about them. AA would probably want you to think that you have to buy from them though.
 

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wngrog said:
Got mine from Jesse....
nolen are you running a standard yoke or the flange?


does anyone know if the yoke or the flange offers more travel before binding than the other?
 

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If you decide to go with the flange, hollar at me. I've got one sitting out in my shop.

Chuck
 

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blk87K5 said:
Nothing special about them. AA would probably want you to think that you have to buy from them though.
Hi, No they are differnt. If you try to use a 1410 spicer yoke, the machined seal end will hit the cage for the shaft bearing. If you look at a atlas yoke it has the seal end chamfered so as not to hit the cage. I tried. Find someone with a atlas yoke and take it to a machine shop and they can duplicate the chamfer.

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I just used regular Spicer 1350 yokes on mine.:confused: Of course, mine is also making some strange noises now.
 

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the front output yokes need a large over sized bevel to clear that pesky bearing sheild inside- that's the only custom thing needed- there are two seal sizes 1 7/8 and 2 1/8- Jess
 

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The 1410 you have offers more degrees of operation than you will be able to put in it in the front of your Cruiser...flange or yoke, you will be fine.

I was running a 1310, so I upgraded to a flange with Toyota UJoints to get more operating range in the front.
 

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got my 1410 front output yoke from Jess. he even installed it
on my case at his shop.

--Sherpa
 

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Got mine with the Atlas from Jess. It was easier/cheaper to just order the Atlas with the flanges/yoke of your choice from him.

Charles
 

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AA would probably want you to think that you have to buy from them though.

Wrong, AA doesn't even have the 1410's, they just give you a part# so you can get them. Just call them and they will be happy to help. From what I have experienced you can safely get more angle from a 1410 than a flange style (after you clearance it), there is plenty of material on a 1410 yoke.:)
 

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mrtwstr said:
Wrong, AA doesn't even have the 1410's, they just give you a part# so you can get them. Just call them and they will be happy to help. From what I have experienced you can safely get more angle from a 1410 than a flange style (after you clearance it), there is plenty of material on a 1410 yoke.:)
THANKS!;)
 
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