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U-Joint Indentification

I'm having a single piece rear driveshaft with double cardan joint made to replace my 2-piece factory shaft... to many vibes with the factory setup.

Does anyone know how to identify the t-case and rear end yokes? I'm not sure if they're for 1350 or 1410 series u-joints. Need to figure this out before ordering the shaft. My truck is a '02 F350 Crew Cab SRW 4x4 with factory off-road package and auto trans. Thanks
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There are several differnt u-joints for our trucks. You will have to measure your wheel base to find out which ones yours are.


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Should be 1350 on the 250 and 350 trucks. 450 and up will have 1410 series u-joints

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I believe it's a 156" wheelbase (crew cabe + short box)... the driveline shop told me it would have either 1350 or 1410. I was thinking that the duallys might have had 1410, or maybe all F350's had 1410. There must be a joint cap diameter, or dimension across caps that veries between 1350 & 1410 series.
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Found it...

series width cap dia
1310 3.219 1.062
1350 3.625 1.188
1410 4.188 1.188
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There is also a 1330 series it has 1310 cap sizes but the cross is wider. Goodluck.

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