What u-joint does the Dana 60 use?
Description: One factory replacement Dana 60 Spicer u-joint part# 5-806x or SPL55-3X . These are the strongest stock replacement u-joints available.
What size is the axle shaft u-joint in a Dana 60 axle?
This universal joint has 1-3/8″ diameter cups and it will only fit Dana-Spicer Model 50, 60, and 61 solid beam axle yokes that have an inside width of 3″.
How do I know my u-joint size?
You will need to measure from the edge of one snap ring groove straight across to the edge of the other snap ring groove. For U-joints with outside snap rings, you will need to measure from the edge of one u-joint cap straight across to the edge of the other u-joint cap.
What is the difference between a 1350 and 1410 U joint?
1350 joints are found in 1-ton trucks and use the wider body of the 1330 joint but with larger trunnions and caps. 1410 joints use a wider body but the same-size caps as a 1350 joint, making them perfect for high-horsepower, high-angle applications.
Are U joints all the same size?
This allows you to mate a larger (or smaller) U-joint to the other. For example, you buy a new driveshaft that comes with 1350 weld-in yokes, but your car has 1310-sized yokes for the transmission and rear differential….U-Joint Sizes.
How strong is a 1410 u-joint?
|Series||Max Angle||Max. Cont. Tq.|
|1310||30 °||800 lbs-ft.|
|1330||20 °||890 lbs-ft.|
|1350||20 °||1,240 lbs-ft.|
|1410||35-37 °||1,500 lbs-ft.|
What is the difference between a 1310 and 1350 U joint?
Size and strength. The 1310 series joint is what you would expect to find stock in most Jeep or small trucks. A 1350 series joint/shaft is what you might find in many full size trucks. While it’s not 100% accurate, you could say that a 1310 is a “half ton” joint and a 1350 is a “one ton joint”.
How strong is a 1410 U joint?
Is 1410 U joint stronger than 1350?
Size comparison between the 1310, 1350, and 1410 series U-joints. “A 1350 series joint is a bigger stronger joint,” Woods explained.