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Currie 1310 Companion Flange Drive Shaft Adapter - 88-CFDA

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  • Currie | Part Number: CUR88-CFDA
  • Axle Location:Front|Rear
  • Axle Type:Ford 8.8 Inches
  • Fitment:Universal Fit


Companion Flange adapter designed for use with 1310 U-Joints. This part bolts to a 1310 series companion flange style yoke - as used on Currie High pinion 3rd. members, and adapts it to a standard 1310 u-joint. This part may also be used on yokes supplied in the Currie 231 transfer case Tailshaft slip yoke eliminator kits. Includes the metric socket head allen bolts and lock washers that would be necessary to bolt it to the rear-end yoke.


Question & Answers

2 Answered questions

Does this adapter come with the flange bolts as pictured, or just the adapter alone and the bolts are separate?

Asked by Wrangler97 from Newberg, Or on

This Currie Companion Flange Drive Shaft Adapter includes the metric socket head allen bolts and lock washers that would be necessary to bolt it to the rearend yoke. Thanks!

Answered by Craig R. from Newberg, Or on

I have a ford 8.8 with the large hole diameter 3” hole to hole with 1310 u-joints. The one I had on there was a Spicer, now is Currie stronger? I was looking and I believe your part number for the yoke is 88-CFDA but not sure. I know that there is a few different flange bolt hole sizes. But mine is • LARGE Bolt pattern measures square 3 inches by 3 inches • Center Pilot Hole Diameter is 2.0 inches • 1310 series o 3.219 between snap rings (3 7/32 inches) o 1.062 bearing cap diameter (1 1/16 inches)

Asked by Dboydr from Pasco, Washington on

Hello! We haven't found any indication that either the Spicer or the Currie part is stronger than the other. Both adapters that we sell do not show any indication of a larger mounting diameter for the bolts. Is it possible you have a non-OEM spec flat flange pinion yoke?

Answered by Aaron from Pasco, Washington on


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