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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-16-2010, 01:50 PM Thread Starter
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What are you guys using for U joints? By that I mean, which brand?

Mine are on the way out so I need something that can take a beating.

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Check for moog parts. Alot of the customers at our shop request them. They seem to hold out very well. Your local parts store should carry them

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I Concur, Moog w/ grease fitting

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I run moog as well. If you do get the greasable ones make sure you dont over grease them.

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Moog, the best.
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I always use spicer when replacing u joints on my older trucks but never have replaced them on the dmax, anyone use spicers on theirs???


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I always use spicer when replacing u joints on my older trucks but never have replaced them on the dmax, anyone use spicers on theirs???
Alot of customers at our shop request them.... They make a great product! I actually used them in my flat bed tow truck. There my second choice

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Anyone know the part number on the spicers?

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depending on what truck you have
http://www2.dana.com/pdf/K350-1-DSSP.pdf

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i think it starts around page 470

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-5" magnaflow
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