Eaton 2 Speed Yoke

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Eaton 2 Speed Yoke

Postby oldspwr » Fri Nov 06, 2015 2:38 pm

I recently purchased a set of Eaton 2 speed gears form my 155W that came with this yoke. I believe the rear came out of an International. The diameter of the yoke nut is 1.5" and the OD of the spines is 1.960 or 1.962". It has 10 splines and a 2.625" ground hub diameter. I haven't been able to match it to any of the yokes / companion flanges listed in the Spicer catalogs. The number on the yoke is 77196-R1. Can anyone identify this or tell me what the driveshaft flange would look life for this?

Thanks,

Tom
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Re: Eaton 2 Speed Yoke

Postby Huskiedrive2 » Sat Nov 07, 2015 1:09 pm

Tom - that is a Rockwell joint and the other half looks the same, or in some applications, the other side of the joint is Spicer with the traditional round cap with bolts. Let me know more detail of what you are trying to bolt together and I'll see what I can do. Remember that Rockwell is now Meritor. Here's a picture of the u joint.
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Re: Eaton 2 Speed Yoke

Postby oldspwr » Sun Nov 08, 2015 6:47 pm

Thanks Stan...

I found a Spicer book from 1974. I have to confirm, but the companion flange I have now is Spicer 4-1-3101. The one I need is 4-1-3841 but it's obsolete. I'll add some pics and dimensions tomorrow...
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