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post #1 of 9 Old 08-07-2010, 10:37 AM Thread Starter
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Ford 8.8 DS flange pn#

I know this has been beat to death but I'm gonna ask again as my google fu is giving me so many conflicting numbers

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2000 model Ford explorer 8.8
89 XJ front CV DS shorted into a rear SYE format 1310????? u joint


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post #2 of 9 Old 08-07-2010, 12:52 PM
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I can't help with a part number, but if you head to the junkyard you can get a 8.8/1310 flange off of a Ranger pickup for next to nothing.....

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The drive shaft ujoints on the XJ shaft should be Spicer series 1310's, or better known as Spicer Part Number 5-785x.

The Spicer yoke adapter PN is 2-2-1379 for the Spicer 1310 series ujoint - or, 2-2-1369 for the Spicer 1330 series.

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dang! I;m having a a devil of a time finding a parts store that handles spicer parts and apparently they're the only folks that make these things

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but if you head to the junkyard you can get a 8.8/1310 flange off of a Ranger pickup for next to nothing.....
You're not familiar with our salvage yards, round here just the adapter will cost more used than new BUT they won't sell you just the flange without selling you the entire driveshaft for $80 to $100

Here in the midwest we live in the dark ages in terms of our junkyards

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OK that kist confirms my suspicion that I'll have to make a trip to "the city"

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Looks like I should pull a couple of these next time I go picking and offer them up here.....



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Yep, sometimes you've gotta "leave the woods".
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But it's so crowded and noisy in the big city

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