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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-24-2008, 04:18 PM Thread Starter
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U-joint part numbers

I'm getting ready to replace the u-joints on the rear driveshafts. The problem is I'm having a hard time locating the correct part numbers for my truck. My parents replaced the u-joints on their trucks last year, and had to make several trips to the auto parts store because they kept getting the wrong ones for their 2003 SD. I'm trying to avoid that hassle.

Anyway, my truck is a 2002, crew cab, short bed, 4x4. I have the two-piece rear driveshaft, and I need the part numbers for all of the rear u-joints. Around here there's Napa, Carquest, Autozone, and a Pep Boys a few miles away.

If anyone has part numbers where I can just walk in and buy the ones I need, it will be greatly appreciated. The guys at the parts counter are just as confused as I am.

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Re: U-joint part numbers

Not to derail this thread, I need the part numbers too.......and the fronts if ya got em.

If it makes any diff my rig is an '03

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Re: U-joint part numbers

What about a single piece shaft?

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Re: U-joint part numbers

Yes high angle driveline makes 'em. My truck is pretty much stock and don't see a real need for a one piece. Plus, I'm sure new u-joints would be a lot cheaper. Heck, I could be wrong altogether!

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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-29-2008, 01:20 AM Thread Starter
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Re: U-joint part numbers

Well I just finished mine today. I went to Napa and picked up the u-joints with the part number P330. They are the same ones for all 99-04's with the 7.3L and 156" wheelbase or longer (2 piece driveshaft). They fit just fine, and my test drive went well... no more clunk when taking off from a stoplight.

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Re: U-joint part numbers

Thanks for the part numbers!

Jesse built my shafts the first go around on my jeep. I would much rather have a 1 piece shaft!

Time to call HAD!

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