Will this yoke fit my 1976 Bronco? Is this stronger than the original factory part?
Freddy from Puerto Rico on
This is a specialty yoke for use with an factory or aftermarket Daytona Pinion Support which requires a shorter yoke and will not work in your factory diff without a spacer ring. the yoke is same strength as a factory unit. If you are looking for a stronger yoke you will have to upgrade the U-Joint to a 1350 series and go with a billet yoke Thank you
Stevie from Puerto Rico on
does this fit on a 1989 wrangler 4.2L
nick from mastic beach on
Nick the Currie CUR60-1350 pinion yoke is made to fit a Dana 60 1 ton axle using the large 1 ton 1350 series u-joint. your 1989 Jeep Wrangler would be running 1310 series u joints at best with a Dana 30 front axle and a Dana 35 rear axle. If you could contact the Gear Squad at 800 901-0872 they can find you the appropriate yokes you need to fit your Jeep Wrangler axles or transfer case and help identify what U-Joint you are running.
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