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Old August 4th, 2010, 01:39 PM
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Are the Ujoints for a 110 (front and rear) shaft the same as a D90? If not, anyone know the part numbers for front vs rear?

I'm trying to stock up on spares.
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Old August 4th, 2010, 01:47 PM
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Do not get u-joints at Autozone. They use the Neapco part numbers but the u-joints are "Duralast" and made in China.
If you need them soon and the local Advance doesn't actually have them in stock, just go online and order them. I placed an order Friday for 5 and they arrived today.
I just looked on their website and if you order over $100 (that's like 4 u-joints and 4 hub bearings) by 8-11 you get $20 off the total and free shipping. You can't beat that.

Good call on the online ordering! I think I'll go that route
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Old August 4th, 2010, 02:11 PM
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Are the Ujoints for a 110 (front and rear) shaft the same as a D90? If not, anyone know the part numbers for front vs rear?
RN lists the u-joints as:
D110 front and rear, D90 rear only
D90 Front
D90, D110 Front and Rear.

Hard to tell from that, so someone else will have to say.
But I'm sure they are either:
1300 series
2.938" cap to cap and 1.063" cap dia
Neapco 1-0005
Precision 344

or

1310 series
3.219' cap to cap and 1.063" cap dia.
Spicer 5-153x
Precision 369
Neapco 1-0153
Neapco 1-0154
PDQ 1-0154
Precision 380
(the latter 3 have the zerk in the end cap)
All of the above are made in the US.

Do not get the PDQ 1-0153 as it's made in China.
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Old August 4th, 2010, 10:48 PM
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Do any of the solid bushing u-joints fit the LR shafts or is it custom shaft time if you wanted to fit those?
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Old August 5th, 2010, 07:08 AM
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Are the Ujoints for a 110 (front and rear) shaft the same as a D90? If not, anyone know the part numbers for front vs rear?

I'm trying to stock up on spares.
I can't confirm or deny the made in china issue but I have PDQ 1-0153 as spares for Janey ('84 110) which means that's what fit when I changed them last.
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Old August 5th, 2010, 08:18 AM
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Do any of the solid bushing u-joints fit the LR shafts or is it custom shaft time if you wanted to fit those?
I thought most people who used those only used them in their axles where there is much less movement under load than a propshaft.

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I can't confirm or deny the made in china issue but I have PDQ 1-0153 as spares for Janey ('84 110) which means that's what fit when I changed them last.
Definitely made in China, I started to buy some a couple years ago until I looked at them.
Mid-60's onward Series Rovers used 1310's in the propshafts, so I'm not surprised an '84 110 would also. Hopefully someone with a NAS 110 will respond.

FWIW
My Defender parts book (87-01) lists:
Rear - RTC3458 - which is the same PN as the 1300 series used on Discos and D90's
Front - RTC3346 which lrseries.com lists as fitting:

Land Rover Series 1964-84 - definitely a 1310 series u-joint.
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Paul, hope you don't mind me piggy backing but what u-joints are you looking at? Part Numbers? I'm in the market for some as well and have had a bunch of problems sourcing them locally
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I heart the neapco 1-0005. The computers lie, but yes those two are the most likely to have them, followed by the one in Reston. The one closest to me is of course the one least likely to ever have any part I need. Go get me some neapco's Jeff.
Get the PDQ ones from Advance Auto for $12.50 each. These are Neapco (Made in the good ol US of A). The ones at Pepboys and Auto Zone are Chinese crap.

I have two (2) NIB if you need them ASAP.

Edit... I just checked the boxes and they are PDQ 1-0005 Made in USA. I'll take a picture later.

------ Follow up post added August 5th, 2010 01:59 PM ------

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I thought most people who used those only used them in their axles where there is much less movement under load than a propshaft.

Definitely made in China, I started to buy some a couple years ago until I looked at them.
Mid-60's onward Series Rovers used 1310's in the propshafts, so I'm not surprised an '84 110 would also. Hopefully someone with a NAS 110 will respond.

FWIW
My Defender parts book (87-01) lists:
Rear - RTC3458 - which is the same PN as the 1300 series used on Discos and D90's
Front - RTC3346 which lrseries.com lists as fitting:

Land Rover Series 1964-84 - definitely a 1310 series u-joint.
Defender to vin CA252578
Range Rover Classic to 1986
101 Forward Control
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Autozone carries the same PDQ part as Advance Auto, made by Neapco, but they're not a stock item. Autozone, when they stock 1300-series jount, are the Duralast brand made in china, but share the same part number as the Neapco's. The PDQ part is American made and mirrors the old Spicer 5-4x.

I ordered Neapco joints off the Advance web store about 3-weeks ago. Took about 4-days to arrive. I think they were $12.xxea.
x2.

I called the AA near my house (where I got mine) and they have a couple of them... Jeff do you need them?


I forgot to add... tell the guy you have a 1993 Volvo 240... seriously

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...5271118-P_17_R
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Old August 5th, 2010, 03:17 PM
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I forgot to add... tell the guy you have a 1993 Volvo 240... seriously
I refuse to shop anywhere I can't just ask for a PN if I know what I need.
To-date I haven't had any issues going in to Advance and saying, I want a 10005 u-joint. If they ask me what it fits, I reply, "I have no idea." and make them look it up by PN.
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I refuse to shop anywhere I can't just ask for a PN if I know what I need.
To-date I haven't had any issues going in to Advance and saying, I want a 10005 u-joint. If they ask me what it fits, I reply, "I have no idea." and make them look it up by PN.
I agree. But if he encounters a noob. That's the car needed to show the Neapco 1-0005 aka PDQ 1-0005
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RN lists the u-joints as:
D110 front and rear, D90 rear only
D90 Front
D90, D110 Front and Rear.

Hard to tell from that, so someone else will have to say.
But I'm sure they are either:
1300 series
2.938" cap to cap and 1.063" cap dia
Neapco 1-0005
Precision 344

or

1310 series
3.219' cap to cap and 1.063" cap dia.
Spicer 5-153x
Precision 369
Neapco 1-0153
Neapco 1-0154
PDQ 1-0154
Precision 380
(the latter 3 have the zerk in the end cap)
All of the above are made in the US.

Do not get the PDQ 1-0153 as it's made in China.
that helps, thanks!
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Old August 5th, 2010, 09:46 PM
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Get the PDQ ones from Advance Auto for $12.50 each. These are Neapco (Made in the good ol US of A). The ones at Pepboys and Auto Zone are Chinese crap.

I have two (2) NIB if you need them ASAP.

Edit... I just checked the boxes and they are PDQ 1-0005 Made in USA. I'll take a picture later.

------ Follow up post added August 5th, 2010 01:59 PM ------



x2.

I called the AA near my house (where I got mine) and they have a couple of them... Jeff do you need them?


I forgot to add... tell the guy you have a 1993 Volvo 240... seriously

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...5271118-P_17_R

Pedro, thanks for the offer and I assume that's why you called this afternoon as well...I'll give you a shout back tomorrow. I ordered some Neapco's this morning from Advance Auto online and they should be here early next week. Really no rush as my fronts seem to be working fine but do want to change them before I head out for the next trip into the woods
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FWIW, you can Google Advance Auto coupon codes and find a few for stuff like free shipping, 15% off your order, etc.. Guess I should have mentioned that before.
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FWIW, you can Google Advance Auto coupon codes and find a few for stuff like free shipping, 15% off your order, etc.. Guess I should have mentioned that before.
If you order before Aug 11 you can use the code AUG25 and get $20 off $100 or $50 off $200...plus they have free shipping on orders over $75...
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If you order before Aug 11 you can use the code AUG25 and get $20 off $100 or $50 off $200...plus they have free shipping on orders over $75...
If you'd like to combine shipping I'll take 4....
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If you'd like to combine shipping I'll take 4....
Danny, I ordered all of my stuff yesterday and sadly it isn't that hard to hit $75! 4 U-Joints will get you up to about $50 and then you can always tack on the miscellaneous tune-up/maintenance items you would normally go to your local store for...only it comes to your door!
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4 U-Joints will get you up to about $50 and then you can always tack on the miscellaneous tune-up/maintenance items you would normally go to your local store for...only it comes to your door!
Like hub bearings.
Once you order from them, you'll be getting specials in the email all the time. lol
I just got one last week for $20 off any order over $50. 5 u-joints for about $8.50 each.

To top it off, it was order online, pick up in the store, but the store about 1/2 mile from me only had 2. The next closest store, about 5 miles away, had 2. The woman offered, without me saying anything, to ship the other 3, and even waived shipping charges.
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Replacing the front and rear U joints on the '85 110, and remember now what a PITA getting a wrench on those 3/8" x 1" bolts can be; has anyone replaced those bolts with 3/8" smaller hex hex bolts (like the ones used with headers)? wondering if the smaller shoulder they have would be a problem ?
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Order one of these and you won't regret it!
http://www.roverparts.com/Parts/DA1065.cfm
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look pretty cool just might have to get one, also might have to get a new front drive shaft the slip joint has a little too much slop in it . any one have a good cheap source? for a '85 110 front drive shaft ?
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Replacing the front and rear U joints on the '85 110, and remember now what a PITA getting a wrench on those 3/8" x 1" bolts can be; has anyone replaced those bolts with 3/8" smaller hex hex bolts (like the ones used with headers)? wondering if the smaller shoulder they have would be a problem ?
Are you talking about 12pt flange head bolts? I can't see that being a problem. The biggest difference is they are typically grade 8, or higher, so you'll have to be sure to get matching grade lock nuts. The OE bolts are grade 5 so you want to keep some grade 5 lock nuts for your output flanges.

If you remove the fasteners from the diff end first it's easier to get to the ones on the output flange.
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