U-bolts for front TC output, which ones? (have tj style 231 yoke front) - JeepForum.com

 
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post #1 of 6 Old 04-21-2013, 06:59 PM Thread Starter
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U-bolts for front TC output, which ones? (have tj style 231 yoke front)

What is the difference between 16582.01 and 16582.02 ???

I'm looking for Ubolts for the front output yoke on my NP231. I swapped the yoke to a TJ style for my Double cardan shaft up front, but I have my stock shaft for a spare and need a way to attach it.

I picked up a pair of spicer ones part# 2-94-28x and they're too narrow to match up to the bolt holes.

I THINK the 16582.02 is the one I want... but hoping someone has a good part number I can maybe cross reference.

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post #2 of 6 Old 04-21-2013, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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the yoke matches up to the normal straps so I CAN get some bolts and nuts to use, but then it's still straps.

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post #3 of 6 Old 04-21-2013, 07:43 PM Thread Starter
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er wait... more info... Looks liek the difference is .01 is omix brand, .02 is spicer.
Guess I'll pickup the 16582.01 and hope it fits, can find measurements.

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I found what I was looking for... so i think LOL.

Precision part # 534-10. That is the ubolts people use if they drill out the threads on their D30/D35 yokes to use ubolts instead of straps. Since the straps match the TJ yoke on my TC, this should work just fine.

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I didn't think you could bolt a normal driveshaft up to a double cardon yoke?

(I have a double cardon driveshaft and switched yokes to match. I never assumed I could use my old shaft as a back up.)
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I cannot confirm this yet, but I will reply back with results. I too switched yolks and I put the straps up against both yolks with the bolts and they match up, but I havent test fitted a 1310 joint in there like I should have(stipud brain). the DC yoke may be too deep/shallow to allow the straps/ubolts to properly secure it, but for ~$6 shipped on ubolts, I had to try.

However, 94/95 YJ's may have 1330 joints somewhere in the mix, i remember reading something about that, but not sure if they are just at the diff yokes only.

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