## What size is a 1410 U-joint?

Driveshaft and Driveline Parts > Universal Joints > U-Joints BY SIZE > 1410 Series U-Joint 4.188 X 4.188 – 1.188 outside snap ring > 1.188 X 1.188 Bearing Cap Diameter.

What size is a 1330 U-joint?

Understanding U-Joints

Series Cross Width Cap Diameter
1310 3.219 (3 7/32”) 1.062 (1 1/16”)
1310BC* 3.219 (3 7/32”) 2 @1.062 (1 1/16”) 2 @ 1.125 (1 1/8”)
1330 3.625 (3 5/8”) 1.062 (1 1/16”)
1330BC* 3.625 (3 5/8”) 2 @ 1.062 (1 1/16”) 2 @ 1.125 (1 1/8”)

### 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.”

What is the difference between a 1310 and 1330 U joint?

1330 joints use a larger body than the 1310 joint but the same-size trunnions and caps. They are often found in 3⁄4-ton trucks and allow more angularity than 1310 joints but are only marginally stronger. This occurs because the U-joint is at an angle as it spins, as opposed to being straight up and down.

## How do you tell the difference between 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”.

What is the difference between 1330 and 1350 U-joint?

U-joint sizes are classified by a series number. Each series has a very specific cap diameter and overall joint width. The 1330 to 1350 U Joint cross width is 3.625 (3 5/8”) on both sides, while the cap diameters are different. 1 1/16″ on the 1330 side and 1 3/16″ on the 1350 side.

### How do I know what size U joint I need?

You will need to measure from the edge of one snap ring groove straight across to the edge of the other snap ring groove. For U-joints with outside snap rings, you will need to measure from the edge of one u-joint cap straight across to the edge of the other u-joint cap.