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Half or one tons?

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1210 and 1310 are just spicer part #'s you need to measure the cap size and then compare it to a spicer #
As for the sterling I believe the smallest yoke you can get for them is a 1330

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Ok, gotcha. Well I'm glad that's all there is to it lol. Guess I'd better get measuring! Is it possible a joint could measure the same length across (as a bigger joint) but have a smaller diameter cap? Kind of a dumb question, but I'm curious...
 

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google is your best friend.



1310, 1330, 1350, 1410, 1480 (D60 wheeljoint)

There is also a 1330F, which is specific to ford. Research it, as your older axles probably use it.
 

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