What is the difference between a 1310 and 1350 U joint?

What is the difference between a 1310 and 1350 U joint?

Size and strength. The 1310 series joint is what you would expect to find stock in most Jeep or small trucks. A 1350 series joint/shaft is what you might find in many full size trucks. While it’s not 100% accurate, you could say that a 1310 is a “half ton” joint and a 1350 is a “one ton joint”.

How do I know what size u-joint I have?

You measure from the outer side of the lock ring groove side to side. This gives you the width of the joint lock. You still need to measure the overall width of the joint to make sure it is compatible with the bolt-on yoke.

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. The two joints split the angle, allowing for greater angularity.

Do U joints have part numbers on them?

On all U-joint styles, the measured dimension should be slightly less than the dimensions you’ll use to look up the part number. Make sure to take note of the type and location of grease fittings and to write down your measurements.

How much power can a 1350 U Joint handle?

2,200 lb-ft
The 1350 U-joint is rated for 2,200 lb-ft (minimum elastic limit) of torque. While the 1310 series, the stock size for most Jeeps, is rated for 1,600 lb-ft of torque.”

Are all 1350 U joints the same?

Standard u-joints sizes are classified by series, with each series having specific cap diameter and overall joint width. Typically speaking, a higher series number translates to a stronger joint….Understanding U-Joints.

U-Joint Series Continuous Lifetime Operating Torque Yield Torque
1350 210 lb-ft 2,260 lb-ft

What size is a 1350 U joint?

Understanding U-Joints

U-Joint Series Width Center/Center Currie Strap Kit P/N
1310/1330 1.416 in. CE-4058
1330 BC* 1.590 in. CE-4059
1350/1410 1.666 in. CE-4060P

What is a 1350 U joint?

Non-cross-drilled Heavy Duty 1350 U Joint The Thrust washers in each bearing cap is to eliminate metal on metal contact preventing wear and lower overall operating temperature. It is non-greaseable design that is factory lubed with synthetic grease for excellent friction reduction.

What is the speed ratio of a universal joint?

In a drive consisting of two universal joints in series, phased so as to produce a constant (1:1) angular velocity ratio between input and output shafts, the angle between the intermediate shaft and input (and output) shaft is 20°.

Are all 1350 U-joints the same?

Are U-joints vehicle specific?

How do you know if it’s bad? First of all, it’s important to remember bad u-joints only really apply to rear wheel drive cars, trucks, and SUVs. To a technician that knows what they’re looking for, a bad u-joint is obvious, since it displays specific symptoms.

How strong is a 1350 U joint?

The 1350 U-joint is rated for 2,200 lb-ft (minimum elastic limit) of torque.