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installing 08 rear into an 01. flange question

i am putting an 08 rear into my 01. The yoke on the 10.5 rear is a round flange typenot a yoke as my 01 is. Whatdo I do? where do i get the flange to put on my current driveshaft so it mates up. The u joint wont fit into the flange. Its a flat circular piece with 4 real 12mm bolts holding it down.

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If they're both 10.5 axles, why not swap the flange out? You'd just have to be careful how tight you reinstall it. Do you have a socket for the pinion nut, impact gun?
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yes, but i would wrather use a flange. I know it weird but i dont want to remove it if I don't have too. The flange is much shorter then the yoke. I think a flange will go on the end of the driveshaft with out being too long. I have seen some earlier trucks with flanges.
Oh, I would have to buy a yoke anyway. The dana 80 is in my truck i sold it.

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order a new flange from ford? or get a used driveshaft and pull it off?

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