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Anyone know the shaft diameter and spline count on a fine spline D44 pinion??
 

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1.125 26 spline comes to mind but I'm at work and can't check. It's the same as a dana 20 or dana 300 output shaft if that helps. <IMG SRC="smilies/fj.gif" border="0">
 

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1.376" pinion shaft Dia. and 26 spline
 

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Originally posted by 66CJdean:
<STRONG>1.376" pinion shaft Dia. and 26 spline</STRONG>
Impossible, a D60 is 1.250" 29 spline... I would also have guessed 1.125" 26 spline on the D44.
 

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Originally posted by Aggro:
<STRONG>1.125 26 spline comes to mind but I'm at work and can't check. It's the same as a dana 20 or dana 300 output shaft if that helps. <IMG SRC="smilies/fj.gif" border="0"></STRONG>
Cool thanks, I'm actually looking for a 1310 1.125" 26 spline yoke... I just happened to have a D300 lay'in around that will soon be missing a yoke! <IMG SRC="smilies/eyemouth.gif" border="0">
 

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According to the Jeg's cotalog:
D44 is 1.376" - 26spline pinion stem
D60 is 1.626" - 29spline pinoin stem
Are they talking about a larger part of the shaft?
 

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Then we must be talking about 2 different things. In the Mark Williams catalog the 44 is 1.376 and the 60 is 1.626 so one must be talking about where the large bearing goes and the other is where the small bearing goes.
 

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Ah-ha...yes, that's probably it.

I'm not talking about the machined diameter where the bearings fit at all.

I'm talking about the dimensions of the actual splined part where the yoke fits - I thought the original question was regarding finding a yoke
 

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Originally posted by BillaVista:
<STRONG>Just for the record, a D44 yoke is 1.146" major diameter, 1.142" minor diameter with 26 involute splines</STRONG>
Are you sure you don't mean 1.146" major by 1.042" minor. That's about what the one in my hand measures. Otherwise we get .004" of spline, which doesn't seem like it'll work.
 

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Uhhh...sorry, The numbers I gave are the min and max tolerances for the major diameter, the minor is 1.0621 - 1.058.

So it's 1.146-1.142 major, and 1.0621-1.058 minor.

Sorry for confusion...good catch Eric
 
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