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Old 10-19-2005, 09:59 PM   #1
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1330 to 1350 conversion u-joint

i need a 1330 to 1350 conversion ujoint. does anyone have any part numbers or suggestions on where to get one?
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The Napa PN 447 is a 1330-1350 combo joint used in going from a 10 bolt to a 14 bolt.
The Napa PN 348 is a 1310-1350 combo joint used when going from 12 bolt to 14 bolt.
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Old 10-20-2005, 05:12 AM
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The Napa PN 447 is a 1330-1350 combo joint used in going from a 10 bolt to a 14 bolt.
The Napa PN 348 is a 1310-1350 combo joint used when going from 12 bolt to 14 bolt.
The 447 is a Saginaw 44 Joint to a 1350. NOT a 1330.

73-87 trucks never came with a 1330, its a S44.


If the original poster really wants a 1330 to 1350 joint its Neapco PN 2-3050.

1310-1350 is Neapco PN - 3-3140

S44-1350 is Neapco PN - 2-1153
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i have a 89 blazer that had a 10b in it, the ujoints have inside clips. i was told it was a 1330 to 1350 that i needed to go to a 14b. is this correct or no?

i have already tried a 1310 to 1350 and this is not the correct u-joint
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S44 to 14bolt joint is correct one.... i just pulled those p/n's from the part numbers post without thinking about it, sorry
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I have a Car-quest u-joint book. It shows a 1330-1350 conversion joint as a p/n 2-3050. If you don't have a Car-quest, NAPA should be able to cross-reference it.
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i have a 89 blazer that had a 10b in it, the ujoints have inside clips. i was told it was a 1330 to 1350 that i needed to go to a 14b. is this correct or no?

i have already tried a 1310 to 1350 and this is not the correct u-joint

You need a S44 to 1350.

Neapco PN 2-1153
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Old 10-22-2005, 09:43 PM
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sorry, I didn't catch that 2nd post. A Car-quest s44-1350 joint is p/n 2-1153.
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