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8.8 Swap Conversion U joint Part #?

hey guys im swapping in an 8.8 in my 88 ranger...it had a 7.5 with the smaller u joint. so in order to put the explorer flange on my current drive shaft im going to need a conversion joint...i believe i need the conversion joint from a 1310 to 1330 = Spicer 5-134X is this correct? wanna make sure before i buy one..anyone who has done this please chime in thanks.
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Yeah if you have the smaller 1310 that sounds right for the conversion. If you haven't bought one already, I have a spare Spicer i'll sell you. Just pm me if you're interested.
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