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What is a 1350 slip yoke?

What is a 1350 slip yoke?

A slip yoke is what allows the driveshaft to “slip” a small amount into the transmission. Its is also essential for allowing u joints to rotate properly with the drive shaft. The Strange 32 Spline Slip Yoke fits a 1350 u joint. This is larger than OEM.

How much travel should a slip yoke have?

The slip yoke should have ¾” before it would fully bottom out on the transmission output. Trucks and offroad vehicles with the outboard slip yoke may require more if they have extra suspension travel.

Can I shorten a slip yoke?

you can cut on yolk all day it want make the part you need shortened any shorter. atleast its an easy repair and want have to be re tubed.

What is a 1310 U joint?

1310 U-Joint Series is the most common U-Joint ever used. It is still used on OE applications. 1.062 cap and 3.219 width. ( 1 1/16 x 3 1/4 close) 1330 U-Joint Series is very common and used on OE production.

What is a slip yolk?

The slip yoke is an important component of any drive shaft assembly. The slip yoke assembly (pictured on the right) is what allows drive shafts and PTOs to flex or “slip” with their given application. The slip yoke is also essential for allowing u-joints to rotate properly with the drive shaft.

Can I use a longer slip yoke?

We never recommend installing a longer slip yoke when the shaft is actually too short for the application. Using one on a driveshaft that is actually too short for the application can lead to vibration and output shaft bushing failure. In extreme cases the internal spline can twist and bind up the slip movement.

What does slip yoke eliminator do?

Slip Yoke and Slip Yoke Eliminator This sliding capability allows for changing length depending on the vehicle’s movements. A slip yoke eliminator, abbreviated SYE, does what the name suggests: It eliminates the slip yoke from the transfer case. Instead, it turns it into a fixed yoke that does not slide.

How do I know if my drive shaft is out of balance?

Signs of a bad driveshaft/drivetrain

  1. Vibrations from under the vehicle. A common symptom of a failing driveshaft is an intense shaking coming from underneath the vehicle.
  2. Difficulty turning.
  3. Loud clunking noise.
  4. Car shudders upon acceleration.
  5. Squeaking noise.
  6. Clicking or knocking noise.

How much does it cost to shorten a driveshaft?

Paid about $100 to have one shortened and balanced, and about $400 to have another lengthened and balanced.

What is the difference between 1310 and 1350 u-joint?

Size and strength. The 1310 series joint is what you would expect to find stock in most Jeep or small trucks. A 1350 series joint/shaft is what you might find in many full size trucks. While it’s not 100% accurate, you could say that a 1310 is a “half ton” joint and a 1350 is a “one ton joint”.