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Well, two caps go on the rear end and two go on the driveshaft. Maybe it's the driveshaft? I don't think the U-joint is uncommon.
 

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That's typical of Fords from the 60's. Bigger caps go in the pinion yoke.....
 

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There are many "conversion" or "combination" u-joints on the market. They make it easy to swap in a different rear end without having to change the pinion yoke on the rear end or the weld yoke on the driveshaft.
 
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