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Old 08-26-2019, 05:31 PM   #1
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Default Volvo 1031 flange to 1310 u-joint?

I'm trying to order a custom driveshaft and I'm struggling with the rear differential flange. I took measurements but can't find any adapters online. I was wondering what those of you with V8 or T5 swapped 240s did for the rear u-joint to flange
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Old 08-26-2019, 05:42 PM   #2
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Isn't the stock 240 flange for a 1310 u-joint?
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Old 08-26-2019, 05:44 PM   #3
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Isn't the stock 240 flange for a 1310 u-joint?
Oh god damn I'm dumb. Thanks, that explains why I couldn't find any adapters, it doesn't need any.
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Old 08-26-2019, 06:20 PM   #4
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It's actually a 1300 they don't make adapters for it.
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Apparently after 89-ish they went to a non-standard u-joint. 88 and earlier appear to be 1310. I've done 3 different driveshafts, and all were on earlier cars using the 1310 u-joints.
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Apparently after 89-ish they went to a non-standard u-joint. 88 and earlier appear to be 1310. I've done 3 different driveshafts, and all were on earlier cars using the 1310 u-joints.
My car is an 83, and my bolt circle measurements line up to this 1310 to flange: https://www.dennysdriveshaft.com/p25...0_series_.html

Thanks for the insight on that. I'm still stressing about getting this driveshaft made
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My car is an 83, and my bolt circle measurements line up to this 1310 to flange: https://www.dennysdriveshaft.com/p25...0_series_.html

Thanks for the insight on that. I'm still stressing about getting this driveshaft made
I was thinking that was the correct one. Small BCD and 3/8" bolt holes.

If anyone is ever looking for random DS parts, I have had great luck with Fort Wayne Clutch (and Dennys Drive Shaft). Lots of parts and dimensions: https://fortwayneclutch.com/part-cat...steel-flyokes/
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I was thinking that was the correct one. Small BCD and 3/8" bolt holes.

If anyone is ever looking for random DS parts, I have had great luck with Fort Wayne Clutch (and Dennys Drive Shaft). Lots of parts and dimensions: https://fortwayneclutch.com/part-cat...steel-flyokes/
Any suggestions for custom driveshafts in the PNW? I'll be calling Six States in pasco today, just want some other opinions too
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https://www.onallcylinders.com/2017/...right-u-joint/

I'd do some careful measuring
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Any suggestions for custom driveshafts in the PNW? I'll be calling Six States in pasco today, just want some other opinions too
6 States is usually pretty decent. I wouldn't sweat it.

In Portland we have: 6 States, Driveline Express (Potter Webster), and Driveline Services. I've known people that have used all of them multiple times with great success. My go-to is Driveline Express since they can usually do a rebuild/modify within 24 hours, and full custom shafts within a 2-3 days.
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