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.blk87K5 said:Nothing special about them. AA would probably want you to think that you have to buy from them though.
AA would probably want you to think that you have to buy from them though.
THANKS!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.