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Where to get jeep parts online?

I need the U-bolt part #2-94-58X for the strap to u-bolt conversion for my rear yoke.

Also need some replacement yokes as well... where's a good place to purchase these products at?

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Re: Where to get jeep parts online?

Restore 4X4 has the best prices I've found.

http://www.restore4x4.com

Rosser is pretty good too.

www.thinkoffroad.com


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Re: Where to get jeep parts online?

Don't overlook your local NAPA. yu may have to do a little research or parts comparison to other makes and models, but you can usually find parts like that there.

I personally think Rosser is over priced. I prefer:

Krage motorsport: http://www.jeepdoc.com Great prics and tech advice

There are tons more like quadratec, and 4WD hardware, Rustys. just do a search for Jeep parts, and don't forget Ebay motors! great for used parts.


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Re: Where to get jeep parts online?

four wheel drive hardware www.4wd.com
quadratec www.quadratec.com
turner 4wd www.thejeep.com
4x4 restore www.4x4restore.com
j&w autowreckers www.jwjeep.com boneyard, GREAT for hard parts used in mods.
tom woods driveshafts www.4xshaft.com

as far as yoke u-bolts, try your local parts store that stocks the motormite help parts. the u bolt that will fit a drilled out d35 yoke is labeled for fords, and i dont have the part number on hand its at home. buttloads of odd parts that you only need in once in a blue moon, but sometimes those motormite parts are a lifesaver
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Re: Where to get jeep parts online?

<a target="_blank" href=http://www.tellico4x4.com>http://www.tellico4x4.com</a> is good too...
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You can try
<a target="_blank" href=http://www.hagars4wd.com>http://www.hagars4wd.com</a> Good guy to deal with
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Re: Where to get jeep parts online?

ok......found the part number for the d35 u-bolts that you can get from motormite's help parts. the package will be labelled for fords, but its part number 81004. i think they come as singles....i cant remember. but thats the part number i found that will fit a drilled out d35 yoke.
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Re: Where to get jeep parts online?

Rock_Monkey, is there a "beefer" yoke that fits in the d35 that comes pre-setup for the u-bolts... it's not that I don't want to drill but if I can spend some more $ for a stronger yoke I`d rather do that too, and fix the yoke breaking problem as well....

If not thanks for the info, and I`ll be getting me a couple sets of those babys!!

What yokes do you run?
What U-JOINTS do you run?

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Re: Where to get jeep parts online?

i dont know if the yoke is the same for straps or u-bolts with the exception of the holes. i just ordered me a yoke to fit mine, and drilled it out on a drill press. matched the u-bolts by eye before i opened the pack. bought em, and its like they were made for each other.
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Re: Where to get jeep parts online?

Thanks, I want to do this to a new yoke as well... where did you purchase the YOKE and U-BOLTS from? (Website Please if available!! If not... 'parts store' that may be local to me...)

Oh what year do you have since yoke size does change...

Mine's a 94 running a 93 size yoke.

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