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Old 04-05-2009, 01:02 PM
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Rear axle yoke snapped in half. Will a 10.25 pinion yoke work on a 10.5?

I've got a '99 F350, rear pinion yoke snapped off last night. Need to replace it, going to hit the junkyard, but need to know if a older 10.25 yoke will work.

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Wow, that's different. Do you think the U-Joint was bad or was it just one of those things that happen? I don't know whether an older one will work or not, so here is a free
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I think it will work. Pull the yoke and take it with you.
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Old 04-05-2009, 09:36 PM
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Thank you squidbilly
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What were you doing when it snapped? :burnout
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Let someone borrow it. Guess they got alittle happy.
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Depends on how old of one you get there are many different ones, somewhere in the early 90's they had a short pinion version, and switched to a long oinion version, early also had 1330 or 1350 series U-joints, Newer versions had 1350 or 1410 series U-joints.
The splines are the same as long as it is for a long pinion yoke 1993'ish or newer. Just take a tape measure and make sure it is the same width as your old one to make sure its the right one.
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