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I picked up a FF 14 bolt which I assume came out of a SRW 3500 chevy. Which u-joint would I need for it. Would it be a 1350, which i think is in the semi float or a 1410?
 

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I guess I just need to try one of them to see. Did it come on work trucks or something because I have a 3/4 ton suburban and it has a semi float?
 

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If it's stock it would be a 1350 yoke most likely, Neapco PN 2-0053, Chevy generally doesn't use 1330, and 1410 only on 15,000 GVWR and up.
 

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You usually only find the SF in the 454ss trucks. The 3/4 and 1 ton is most always FF. Check the 14 bolt bible for applications.

The 3/4 ton and 1 ton are both 1350. It's the bigger stuff that's 1410. Just like Blue torch said, no matter where you get it from, it's likely a 1350 joint.
 

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thanks for the info guys, that just what i needed to know.
 

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There is a pissy little 14ff yoke you sometimes find on the older 70's stuff. Don't think its 1330... maybe 1310 or a Saginaw equivalent. :confused:
 

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i thought that 1330 was just a ford thing.??
 

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u2slow said:
There is a pissy little 14ff yoke you sometimes find on the older 70's stuff. Don't think its 1330... maybe 1310 or a Saginaw equivalent. :confused:
Saginaw yokes were not used on GMs in the '70s. That crap started in the '80s and AFIAK, never spread to the 14 bolt full floater or any rear driveline in a heavy duty truck.

1330 is common on Jeeps and Fords, I have never seen one on any GM vehicle as far as I can remember.

Whoever said FF is in all 3/4 and 1 tons above needs to take a good look at any 81 and newer small block powered 3/4 ton Chevy. None of them have full floaters from the factory.

All 1 tons should, as should any 3/4 ton that has a big block (88 and newer 4wd, prior to that, no BBC available in a 3/4 ton 4wd). 73-80 3/4 tons shoudl all have the 14 bolt full floater as well.
 
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