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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-19-2002, 12:14 AM
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Buying output yokes need a source?

I am trying to find a place that sells output yokes to replace my strap type with u bolts. Can you guys point me to a good source.

I need one for the AMC 20
I need two for the Dana 300
I need one for the Dans 30


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Re: Buying output yokes need a source?

New ones?
FWD Hardware illustrates and lists both styles.
Or if you drop the first one or two numbers off thier stock numbers, the actual Spicer stock number will be revealed and you can order them through a local Spicer dealer.
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Re: Buying output yokes need a source?

Are you sure you need to buy them all new? Sometimes there is enough clearance on the backside of the yokes for nuts and you just need to drill them out and buy the U-bolts.
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Give Jesse at http://www.highangledriveline.com/. He'll treat you right and is a decent guy. He used to be on here occasionally but I haven't seen him in some time. I know he frequents POR though.
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Re: Buying output yokes need a source?

I just ordered a u-bolt yoke from Tom Woods Co. in Utah http://www.4xshaft.com for a D30. An interesting thing a guy there mentioned was that Spicer was phasing out the style of yoke which allows u-bolts.
The AMC20 yoke has enough flat room in the back for the nuts from the u-bolts. At least the ones I've seen.
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Re: Buying output yokes need a source?

I bought a new yoke from Randy's R&P for a decent price. Pretty nice guys too. Somewhat local being up in Washington.
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