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Where do you get your no greaseable u-joints?

I'm not having any luck finding a good american made u-joint w/ internal "c" clips and no grease fitting.
 

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I got mine at a local machine shop. They balanced my drive shaft and replaced the u-joints. Perhaps a local shop could just sell you the parts.
 

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Well I called the only place in town that balances driveshafts. (Richmond is such a small town)

They said it will be hard to find them BC they just don't make the internal "c-ring" type without a grease fitting any more.

:shrug:

I'll keep looking.
 

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I can't beleive I'm the only one replacing internal c-clip u-joints... :shocked:


Del65 Can you get some from your local shop?
 

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They had them at my local Autozone. I have no idea if they are American made though :shrug:

Brute Force / U-Joint 1-4635BF
Application:
With (2) 3 1/2" yokes
Note:
Rear
Heavy duty U-joint -- lubricated for life with synthetic lithium grease
 

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Rock Auto sells inside or outside clip u-joints made by Precision. You can order with/without grease fittings.
 

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I could not find any stating non greasable w/ inside rings.

I found the #507 & #489 premium but no mention of the grease fitting.

Thanks
 
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