Currie 1310 Companion Flange Drive Shaft Adapter - 88-CFDA

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  • Currie | Part Number: CUR88-CFDA
  • Fitment:Universal Fit


Companion Flange adapter designed for use with 1310 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 1310 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 rear-end yoke.


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7 Answered questions

I'm putting a 8.8 in a wrangler Tj will this work with the wrangler drive shaft?

Asked by Micah from on

Hello Micah, Yes, the Currie 1310 Companion Flange Drive Shaft Adapter will fit your vehicle applicaion with a Ford 8.8 axle.

Answered by from on

Hi Curious if this companion flange adapter fits my truck. My truck is a 1992 Toyota pu dlx ex cab 4wd with a v6 with the stock driveshaft with stock carrier bearing and stock read end. I typed this truck in my vehicle selection while searching for this part. This part came up in the search. In the part description it says it's primarily for a ford 8.8 rear end. I will measure the parts to compare and verify. Just thought I'd ask the question if this Toyota rearend and ford 8.8 rearend are one-n-the same. Thank you.

Asked by Jimmy from Kansas on

Hello Jimmy, No, this will not fit the Toyota 8" or 8.4" axles.

Answered by from Kansas on

Are these sold in pairs?

Asked by Billy from United States on

Hello They are sold as each since normally you only need one per vehicle. They are usually needed when install the 8.8 Ford axle into a jeep.

Answered by Rody from United States on

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