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What size is a 1410 U-joint?

What size is a 1410 U-joint?

4.3 x 4.1 x 1.5 inches
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This item Spicer 5-1410X U-Joint Kit 1410/SPL36 Series (OSR)
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Brand Name Spicer
Item Dimensions 4.3 x 4.1 x 1.5 inches

What is the difference between 1410 and 1415 U-joint?

READ THIS: The 1415 series AAM universal joint is just . 007 NARROWER than the Spicer 1410 series. The bearing cap diameter is exactly the same for both. The two are not interchangeable and great care should be taken to be sure of the manufacturer of your driveshaft before ordering and installing any universal joints.

What is a conversion U-joint?

Conversion or combination u-joints include a mix of two different series specifications in the same joint so that that mismatched yokes and driveshafts can be connected. The caveat is that the joint is only as strong as the smaller series.

Are U-joints interchangeable?

There are outside and inside locks, and in most cases they are not interchangeable. Measuring inside locks is a little different that outside locks. You measure from the outer side of the lock ring groove side to side. This gives you the width of the joint lock.

What is the difference between a 1350 and 1410 U joint?

1350 joints are found in 1-ton trucks and use the wider body of the 1330 joint but with larger trunnions and caps. 1410 joints use a wider body but the same-size caps as a 1350 joint, making them perfect for high-horsepower, high-angle applications.

How are Spicer U joints measured?

We recommend using a caliper or micrometer to most accurately measure u-joints. Once you have recorded your measurements, click on the images below to select the appropriate style of u-joint you have. You will then be directed to The Expert to identify your u-joint kit by the dimensions you recorded.

How strong is a 1410 u-joint?

Driveshaft U-Joints

Series Max Angle Max. Cont. Tq.
1310 30 ° 800 lbs-ft.
1330 20 ° 890 lbs-ft.
1350 20 ° 1,240 lbs-ft.
1410 35-37 ° 1,500 lbs-ft.