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Old January 6th, 2008, 10:57 AM   #1
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Somebody School Me On U-Joints

Going to replace all of my U-joints for this season - they're 10 years old and I want to replace them with newer, fresher stock (and make sure I can do it on the trail if necessary).

I have a 98 TJ with a D30 front and "Super" D35 rear (until I finish and install my D44). Stock shafts, no SYE.

What Spicer joints should I use? I'd like to upgrade if possible (my spare D30 shafts have new 760 U-joints on them)?

What U-joints can, should, or shouldn't I use? This may be intuitive so some, but not me....
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Old January 6th, 2008, 11:28 AM   #2
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Just swap in the spares with the 760's. And then replace the driveline joints with Spicers (I think they're 1530's). Without spending a ton of $$, that is your best bet. The Superior u joints are only like $50, so that might be a good upgrade if you can spend a little more.
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