Currie 1330 Companion Flange Drive Shaft Adapter - 88-CFDA30

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Specifications

  • Currie | Part Number: CUR88-CFDA30
  • Fitment:Universal Fit

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

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 rear-end yoke.

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2 Answered questions

I was wondering what the the size of the pilot hole in the back and also the bolt hole to bolt hole at a angle measurements

Asked by jr from butler Pa on

JR- Thank you for your question. I cant get that information for you at the moment as Currie is closed. I will follow up with them on monday to find out. Please feel free to contact me at [email protected]

Answered by Mike from butler Pa on

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

Asked by Srbo the Serbian from Milwaukee, WI on

Srbo- Thanks for asking. This Currie flange is for a Ford 8.8 axle and your 1998 Expedition could have a 9.75 or 8.8 rear axle. If you have the 8.8 then this flange will work for your application.

Answered by DP from Milwaukee, WI on

Manufacturer

Since 1959, Corona, California-based Currie Enterprises has been currying favor with Jeep enthusiasts by manufacturing suspension systems and accessories, driveline parts and steering components that withstand grueling off-road conditions. With the rise in interest in off-roading in the 1970s, the company focused its attention on trucks and Jeeps, specifically rearends. Replacing worn out or damaged suspension parts like leaf spring bushings goes a long way toward improving off-road performance and Currie's specialty products exceed expectations. Addressing the needs of a variety of Jeep models, Currie is the right choice when you want to lift your Jeep, upgrade the steering or take the guesswork out of making a safe mounting. Shop Currie Now

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