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Where can I get a 1330 or 1350 rear pinion yoke for a JK Rubicon axle?
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maybe the ????? name throws people off.

Also whats a 1330?

I know of a 1350 or a 1310... and of course you need to give a lot more info to qualify any kind of decent response.

What do have already, axle type, shafts, etc?
What do you want to do, wheel Moab, mall crawl, show truck, etc?

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Where can I get a 1330 or 1350 rear pinion yoke for a JK Rubicon axle?
Tom Woods Custom Drive Shafts. I'm running 1330's up front.

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maybe the ????? name throws people off.

Also whats a 1330?

I know of a 1350 or a 1310... and of course you need to give a lot more info to qualify any kind of decent response.

What do have already, axle type, shafts, etc?
What do you want to do, wheel Moab, mall crawl, show truck, etc?
I've had this same name on multiple forums since at least 2003... never had a problem with it before.

1330 is just a size u-joint in between 1310 and 1350. It's what TJ Rubicons use for their pinion yokes and what I have on my driveshafts.

I have a TJ Rubicon and JK Rubicon axles. The axles are all stock for now, but eventually will have 5.38's, superior shafts in the rear, longfield cv's up front, and it will be used for everything.

Anyways, a 1330 or 1350 pinion yoke made for a rear JK Rubicon axle will fit all JK Rubicon axles regardless of gears and shafts and what kind of wheeling it sees.

I haven't gotten around to calling Tom Woods yet since I don't really need them yet, but has anyone swapped to 1330 or 1350 pinion yokes and have pics?
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as to the name... No problem... I was really just rousing you.

I had only seen 1310 and 1350 yokes refered to. So I really didn't know anything about them. I have 1310's in mine. And have heard the 1350's are overkill, as well as the thought that its better to break a cheap part then to put 1350's and break something more expensive.

Tom Woods would be my first call. Also JE Reel I believe sells them seperately

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1330 is a 3/4 ton UJ, essentially same size cross as a 1350, but same size caps as a 1310.
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I know Teraflex sells yokes (front and rear) but I don't know the size. Are those for 1310?

I am interested this because I am swapping JK axles to TJ, and I need to find drive shaft and yokes for my use...
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I know Teraflex sells yokes (front and rear) but I don't know the size. Are those for 1310?

I am interested this because I am swapping JK axles to TJ, and I need to find drive shaft and yokes for my use...
Teraflex uses 1310's

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I've had this same name on multiple forums since at least 2003... never had a problem with it before.

1330 is just a size u-joint in between 1310 and 1350. It's what TJ Rubicons use for their pinion yokes and what I have on my driveshafts.

I have a TJ Rubicon and JK Rubicon axles. The axles are all stock for now, but eventually will have 5.38's, superior shafts in the rear, longfield cv's up front, and it will be used for everything.

Anyways, a 1330 or 1350 pinion yoke made for a rear JK Rubicon axle will fit all JK Rubicon axles regardless of gears and shafts and what kind of wheeling it sees.

I haven't gotten around to calling Tom Woods yet since I don't really need them yet, but has anyone swapped to 1330 or 1350 pinion yokes and have pics?

Tom Woods sent me a new flange for the front diff to install the 1330 ujoint to. I was hoping for just the ujoint yoke... and they recomended the flange yoke. I like it now. I've run the flange on rocks without breaking anything.

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You can get 1330/1350 combo u-joint. Drivelines, Inc in Mission Viejo can make them up if you can't find one. Unitrax in Anahiem has most yokes.

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