I'm going to start putting sealed u-joints where I can. Greasing this thing is driving me nuts, sometimes I forget where all my damn zero fittings are since there are so friggin' many!That I had "so many damn zerk fittings under my Jeep" is one reason I went back to sealed u-joints after having had all greasable at one point.
And regarding knowing what u-joints you need for the rear drive shaft, have you still not looked at that u-joint chart I gave the link to above in my first post?
All these damn numbers... Wouldn't it be nice if all the u-joints were just the same, LOL!Yep, that made it easy... you just need a Spicer 5-1310x.
There ya go!Here it is:
Not bad, I can get 3 of them for around $66 and replace the 3 of them in my rear drive shaft. That will get rid of 3 per fittings at least!