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Old June 4th, 2013, 10:32 PM   #1
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Does anybody make a better then stock clearances yoke for the rear of a ford 205? I have the standard 1350 factory yoke. But when my axle droops it binds on the yoke. It doesn't bind on the driveshaft. My driveshaft yoke has very good clearance. I don't want to grind on the case yoke for clearance and make it weaker.
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Does anybody make a better then stock clearances yoke for the rear of a ford 205? I have the standard 1350 factory yoke. But when my axle droops it binds on the yoke. It doesn't bind on the driveshaft. My driveshaft yoke has very good clearance. I don't want to grind on the case yoke for clearance and make it weaker.
Only ones I have seen online.

Wild Time Fab (MI based) may have what you need as well -
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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wild-...p_135607783795


Others:

http://www.advanceadapters.com/produ...0cv-yoke-assy/

http://www.driveshaftsuperstore.com/..._end_yokes.htm
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Guess I should of stated mine is non-cv.
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If you scroll down on the page for the last link they have non-cv high clearance yokes.

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Something like this makes sense if you can find it for a 205.
http://www.currieenterprises.com/ces...6.aspx?id=4104
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Did some more searching and came up with nothing else for the yoke you are searching for. Other than the deep throat version from the drivedshaftsuperstore, your only other options would be some combo of 1410 parts. You could swap the tcase yoke to 1410 and use a conversion joint and leave the driveshaft as is. Conversion joint runs $70-ish from D&R and they stocked them at the time I bought mine. Other option would be to change the whole shaft and both yokes to 1410. Which is rather pricey but would get you 30* without grinding and joints that were stock items for most parts stores.

Neapco is the only company as of 2 years ago building a 1350 to 1410 conversion joint. Part # 2-1435 : found it much cheaper online though.

http://www.drivetrainamerica.com/p-6...1350-1410.aspx

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spicer now makes that joint and costs me $19.
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Something like this makes sense if you can find it for a 205.
http://www.currieenterprises.com/ces...6.aspx?id=4104
Pretty sure mine is 32 spline. That shows better clearance on the pinion nut but not on the yoke to ujoint.

I have a spicer conversion and a std. 1410 yoke coming. See what that does.
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I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around why you have DS angle issues given your rear suspension setup and geometry. How much angle do you have from bump to droop?
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Its because the 205 is shoved so high up in the chassis to get the flat bottom. Since I didn't clock the case it ended up pretty tall. It doesn't bind until the axle droops 5.5" from ride height . Its fine at ride height - to center droop of 5.5"s.
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1350 CV? What's the working angle on a 1410 vs 1350? Have Kyle put a D60 stub shaft on a flange and bolt it to your 205.
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1350 u joint max operating angle is 20 degrees
1410 can have 28 to 37 degrees of maximum angle

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1410 it is then
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i want 1410s !!!!
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1410 and be done.flange the axle side so you wont get stuck on your pinion guard again..
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you can also get a flange for the t case..pricey though.
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