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8.25 pinion yoke u bolts

Any idea where to get these or anyone have a part number?

Didn't realize the yoke didn't come with them and I can't seem to find matching u-bolts anywhere online.

Advance Auto and Autozone didn't have them or at least the people who work there had no idea what I was talking about or how to look it up without putting in vehicle info. Got some from Napa but they're took large and they didn't think they had any smaller ones.

Napa part: http://www.napaonline.com/Catalog/Ca...410_0069600238

yoke: http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Drivetrain-J...pn=CRO53007787


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post #2 of 5 Old 02-12-2013, 07:18 PM
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The yoke part description says "strap and bolt design" which does not mean u-bolts.

Strap & bolt part numbers are:

Precision #437-10
Dorman #81018
Neapco #1-0022

I think, this is done from memory.

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ffs I'm retarded. Thanks lol

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Advance has them in the HELP! section. They are the ones for a Ford. At least that's what I used.


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Advance has them in the HELP! section. They are the ones for a Ford. At least that's what I used.
The Dorman part # that I posted is from the "HELP" parts line. The packaging for that part # is for only 1 strap & 2 bolts, while the Precision & Neapco packaging includes 2 straps & 4 bolts.

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