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post #1 of 2 Old 11-09-2011, 06:23 PM Thread Starter
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U joint problem

Well I just put new u joints on my rear drive shaft (95 f250 regular cab long bed) and the one on the axle that is on the yoke has side to side play almost as if the u joint is to small but fits good on the shaft and on the transfer case. Am I supposed to Put the clips on the yoke also like the rest of the rear u joints have or is one side of the u joint supposed to be bigger than the other? Thanks.
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your yoke is prolly worn out. I had to replace mine this summer. get ya a new yoke and strap kit. I found mine at a driveline and hydraulic shop for $115 so look around. dont pay more than you have to.
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