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post #1 of 13 Old 06-25-2011, 03:25 AM Thread Starter
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info please!! dana 35 1330 to 1310 yoke swap?

I need info fast. I F’ed up the wife’s jeep and she is P!SSED.

What is required to change a Dana 35 pinion yoke from a 1330 to the smaller 1310?

I know it’s smaller and weaker. I got a sye and shaft of eBay and didn’t do my homework. Now I have a shaft that won’t work without buying expensive conversion U-joints. I want to put the smaller yoke on and be done.

what can i get a yoke off from?
are the seals different?

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Sye and shaft from eBay
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post #2 of 13 Old 06-25-2011, 06:06 AM
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Look all of them up online and then start making phone calls. Tho if it was me, I'd just get the conversion yoke.
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Conversion joints were about 20$ at napa last time I bought one. And that was 1310-1350.

You could buy two joints for the price of a used yoke.

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there is a conversion ujoint that i use on my 1310-1330. it comes from a 70s ford truck, 4x4, rear axle joint... i think the last one i got at auto zone was less than $12.

Most any 'Good' parts store has a u joint conversion chart or atleast will know how to look them up. (just happens not to be my part stores)

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I know itís smaller and weaker.
The 1310 joint has a higher operating angle than the 1330. The 1330 is only mildly stronger than the 1310, but will bind up and break sooner than the 1310.

Don't loose any sleep over the diference in strength. you won't be losing anything by going to the 1310.

It shouldnt be too difficult to find a second hand part, junkyard part for a Dana 35.
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Just get a conversion joint, its cheaper than you think.

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Just get a conversion joint, its cheaper than you think.
X2, our conversion joints are less than $20. You'll spend at least $40 on a new pinion yoke and have to wait on freight more than likely.
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Mapquest driveline and see if there is a shop local to you that has the parts you need.

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Another vote for conversion joint. But get two of them.

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post #10 of 13 Old 06-25-2011, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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going to napa and check for the joint

thanks all for the help

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Precision 253 for solid steel cross.
Precision 353 for greasable hollow cross.

Napa will have those. Should be between 13$ & 18$.

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post #12 of 13 Old 06-27-2011, 12:13 AM Thread Starter
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Picked up joints at Napa. They were 19 and change. I got two so we will have a spare on vacation. I kept the 1310 I pressed put for a spare to use in the CV.

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post #13 of 13 Old 05-24-2013, 02:23 PM
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Just wanted to add to this old thread in case somebody is searching the web and has the same issue.

I purchased a new Drive Shaft for my YJ after putting a SYE kit on. When I ordered the custom shaft I was away from the house so I had somebody measure the yoke for me. I did not do enough research and did not realize the YJ had a 1310 or a 1330 Yoke so while I got my lengths measured up I ignored the fact that I should measure the yoke as well. Turns out my friend did not measure the yoke correctly. Thanks to Jeepforum and this tread I was still able to get the new shaft in today and Ill be able to tool around a bit on the 3 day weekend.

The 1310-1330 Conversion U joint is a quick easy fix for anybody that has this issue. Just be ready to deal with the guys at the parts store telling you they do not make such a thing. The big chain stores did not help, but the guy with the old store and the old school parts book was able to get me what I needed and out the door in a few minuets.

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