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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Mar 25th, 08, 9:40 AM Thread Starter
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both 10 bolts, different u-joints.

K so i finally found a 10 bolt posi rear end for a decent price, i had to get the spring perches moved back some but everything else bolted up fine.. but the yoke is a newer style with the clips on the inside and the u-joints i have are just a little to small.. can you but a u-join with liek the stock size on one end and a little bigger on the other?

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Re: both 10 bolts, different u-joints.

Yes you can. I think they call them conversion u-joints. Call any driveline shop and they should be able to hook you up.

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