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While replacing the U-joints on my rear driveshaft the rear slip yoke cracked. I am trying to find a replacement for it. It is an all stock 95 Bronco and the numbers on the yoke are 7 4259 9. I looked at bronco graveyard but could not find anything with this number. I was wondering if anyone had anymore info on it or witch on it is on the site?
 

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yeah man thats it. i need to get one of them and find a place some what close by to bring my driveshaft to have it balanced! theres a slight vibration over 65-70 so highway is a little sketchy haha
 

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Check Ford @ http://www.fordparts.com/Commerce/CatalogResults.aspx?y=1995&m=Ford&mo=Bronco#Search

for the 95 5.0
4782
Universal Joint Yoke
5.0L; Yoke - axle end $42.89

4782
Universal Joint Yoke
5.0L; Yoke - trans end

see Ford parts diagram at end of this reply

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Overview, from 1996 F-150, 250, 350 (4x4), and Bronco Workshop Manual; "...The front axle driveshaft used on F-150, F-250, F-350 4x4 and Bronco vehicles connects the power flow from the transfer case to the front drive axle. It incorporates two single Cardan universal joints (U-joints one double Cardan on F-350 4x4) a driveshaft with a splined stub shaft end, and a slip yoke boot with two slip yoke boot clamps, one large and one small. The Bronco rear driveshaft is of the double Cardan type which incorporates two universal joints, a driveshaft centering socket yoke (4782), and a driveshaft center yoke (4784) at the transfer case end of each shaft. A single universal joint is used at the axle end of the driveshaft...";
miesk5 note, slip yoke is often referred to as the Slip Shaft Spline
Source: by Ford


Slip Shaft Spline Location; "...Instead of sliding into the t-case like a car driveshaft would into a trans, a Bronco driveshaft normally is two pieces that slide together. The slipshaft is normally covered by a rubber boot in the middle like in the pic below..."; miesk5 note, slip yoke is often referred to as the Slip Shaft Spline
Source: by ElKabong (Ken, El Kabong) at http://fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=155807

Slip Shaft Spline Lubrication pic in a 95; "...If your bronco suffers from the notorious thunk this is a good time to lube your shaft.."
Source: by TRUCKY18 (Bco) at http://www.supermotors.net/registry/media/259896

Parts Break-Out Diagram; Miesk5 Note; See #22 Transfer Case Yoke (Flange) 7B214 for Bronco @ transfer case; "...To check u-joints while the d'shaft is installed, set the e-brake, shift to N, and see how far you can rotate the t-case output back&forth WITHOUT moving the rear axle yoke/companion flange. Also see how far up&down you can push the d'shaft..."
Source: by Ford via Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at http://www.supermotors.net/registry/media/284976

DS Removal, Front & Rear in a 95 (part of Ian's E4OD removal)
Source: by Ian L (stangmata, stangmata50l, Bronco) at http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=48997
 

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