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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-22-2003, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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Yokes and new driveshafts

Since the F250 i got was a light duty it got the small yokes all around on the driveshafts. I don't want to go back to Ford for all new F350 sized yokes so can anyone refer me to an aftemarket company that sells yokes for a Dana 60 front 1345 t-case and a 10.25 rear? If not i'll just keep pouring my paychecks into the same company that gives them to me. Also what is the best way to measure for a d-shaft?
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Re: Yokes and new driveshafts

arizona drivelines is a great place. type in that as a website, and it tells you how to measure for a shaft.
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Re: Yokes and new driveshafts

Jesse at High Angle probably has most of what you need. Tom Woods' site www.4xshaft.com also has instructions on how to measure.

Even F350s may not help you much. My '87 60 front used the same u-joint as my Bronco, my d/s just bolted right up to the 60 yoke. Ditto for my buddy and his '97 60 front.
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