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Truck and Jeep Parts Home » Drivetrain & Differential » Differential Pinion Yoke » Currie 1330 Companion Flange Drive Shaft Adapter - 88-CFDA30

Currie 1330 Companion Flange Drive Shaft Adapter - 88-CFDA30

Currie | Part Number: CUR88-CFDA30
Part Number: CUR88-CFDA30
  • Technical Details

    • Ford 8.8" axle
    • For Use With 1330 Series U-Joint
    • Fits 1310 Series Flange Yokes
    • Adapts Drive Shaft To Flat Flange Pinion Yokes

Companion Flange adapter designed for use with 1330 U-Joints. This part bolts to a 1310 series companion flange style yoke - as used on Currie High pinion 3rd. members, and adapts it to a standard 1330 u-joint. This part may also be used on yokes supplied in the Currie 231 transfer case Tailshaft slip yoke eliminator kits. Includes the metric socket head allen bolts and lock washers that would be necessary to bolt it to the rearend yoke.

Axle LocationAxle LocationAxle TypeFitment
FrontRearFord 8.8 InchesUniversal Fit

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Questions & Answers

  • Q:

    "Will this part work for my 1998 Ford Expedition to replace the broken flange that connects the rear driveshaft to the circular disk which it gets bolted on to, attaching it to the differential? This particular driveshaft is one piece with the tube and the other half of the flange where the U joint connects, already welded on to the tube of the driveshaft. Is the other 1330 flange you have designed to be the replacement for the drive shaft side if mine was not welded on? Also the 4 bolts seem to be a star or torks type socket, are the replacement ones the same? Is this the same as the (Genuine Ford Part # E8VY-4782-A) I believe the OEM 1330? I realy only need the flange on the differiential side at this point. Thanks, Srbo"
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