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Having trouble finding the rear U joint for a 57 plymouth where abouts do you get one from new? the two pieces that bolt to the diff are an unusual shape not your standard round style
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|It's probably best to replace the yolk on the end of your differential. Then you would be able to use a standard u-joint. Either that or else try to refurbish your old u-joint. Purchasing a new one is going to cost a ridiculous amount.|
|Not necessarily.... won't be an arm and a leg.... from me... |
I probably have them... I am at Spring Carlisle.....
Call me -- I will see if I have them.
Craig -- 516 - 485 - 1935.....
|Sent you a Message Craig|
|Where did you send me a message??? |
It says I have no new messages???
Try again -- I have been at shows with a lot of rain and high winds.
Haven't had time to be on the internet / websites.
Send in inbox here -- or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Send in inbox here -- or at email@example.com
|MONTHS later -- still have never heard from you -- and need your address |
to find out what the shipping charge would be.....
Are you still interested???? Or did you throw away the cars????
Just wondering -- Craig...
|Hi I have sent you emails ? Will send you another again|
|And now, I have swung by the post office, got you the quote on shipping, sent you an e-mail, and it spit back a response that you are away until July 1st..... |
When you first inquired many many months ago, I had seven (7) of these ..... I am now down to four (4) and a fellow from Wyoming (307 area code) just called me Saturday....
and wants one (1)... He is checking his 1958 DeSoto for one also, because it would be cheaper to ship the two together......
Are you waiting until I am out??????
1957 Plymouth REAR Universal Joint is a one - year ONLY with N O reproduction........ Yours, Craig....
I see someone here has indicated to you that you can expect to be a ridiculous amount ---- NOT for Mine --- until they are G O N E .........
Edited by mobileparts 2019-06-18 1:16 PM
I have gone to the post office again, to find out the shipping charge for three (3) universal joints to your Australia 4352 address....
I have sent that information to both of the other places we have e-mail correspondence, so you have everything presently including the paypal information....
As soon as you take care of the payment, they will ship immediately, if you want, because you stated that you would be away....
Let me know if you want me to ship immediately --- or hold them for a few days, until you return...... Cheers, Craig......
I am back here in the library -- it is Thursday, June 20th at 4:00 PM here in Long Island, New York (1600 hours if you like // 4:00 in the afternoon)....
I spoke to my friend James last night, this morning, and just now -- and he says that there is NO DEPOSIT in his pay pal account -- so we are awaiting on you....
Whatever you think you did --- did not.....
|Library is closed Saturday night and Sunday....so in case you guys |
Both read this here -- borrowing my friend's fancy phone....
Robert from Australia --- payment went through --- THANK YOU.
Ralf from Finland --- payment went through --- THANK YOU.
Will update you both after the weekend..... Thanks again...
Location: Newark, Texas (Fort Worth)
|mstrug --- if you took the time to look at their picture --- |
You will see that it is very WRONG ----
And that is why I have been the ONLY one on the planet
Who has had the CORRECT 1957 Plymouth Rear Universal
Joint for the last couple decades......
But thanks for trying......
Location: Lower Mainland BC
RJTVX23 - 2019-04-07 1:02 AM
Hi all Having trouble finding the rear U joint for a 57 plymouth where abouts do you get one from new? the two pieces that bolt to the diff are an unusual shape not your standard round style
Based on my recent rear pinion flange swap on my 56 Dodge, you could very likely get a 58 or later Dodge/Pymouth pinion flange and install it (maybe with a Ford 9" spacer) and eliminate the earred U-joint.
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