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Old 24-04-16, 11:16
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Inner CV Joint identification

Dear All,

can you please help me with identifying this ford inner cv joint fitted to my OMS. They both have C9T2A on them and then 18E/14B and 55G/55O

Thanks as always
Simon
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Old 24-04-16, 14:17
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Fiesta xr2 ?
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Old 24-04-16, 16:39
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If it is the ball type CV joint then use Shaftec PJ6N
Well known auction site item no. 331694464763

If it is the tripod type then use Shaftec PJ8N
Well known auction site item no. 231821119740
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Old 24-04-16, 18:34
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Escort and Fiesta inners ?
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Old 24-04-16, 20:59
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If it is the ball type CV joint then use Shaftec PJ6N
Well known auction site item no. 331694464763

If it is the tripod type then use Shaftec PJ8N
Well known auction site item no. 231821119740
Excellent. For extra points would you happen to know what part number for the rubber boots that would fit?
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Old 24-04-16, 22:20
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If it is the ball type CV joint then use Shaftec PJ6N
Well known auction site item no. 331694464763

If it is the tripod type then use Shaftec PJ8N
Well known auction site item no. 231821119740
thank you for the info, I do have the tripod version but the spec for the PJ8N says its height is 175mm or 7 inch. My units are only 155mm or 6inch height? will need to measure the ones on the car as well and see what they are.
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Old 24-04-16, 23:18
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I have the same tripod type CV as you have Dopdog. However the PJ6N fits fine. If you take the tripod off the end of the drive shaft, the shaft fits into the bearing joint, The PJ6N has the same dimensions as the original on my car.
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Old 25-04-16, 08:20
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I have just bought a pair of PJ8N tripode housings and joints From the dreaded auction site and they are 6 inches long the splines fit the Quaife chain diff.
Roy
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Old 25-04-16, 09:03
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Excellent. For extra points would you happen to know what part number for the rubber boots that would fit?
Matt,
If you just want boots for the PJN8 tripod type, I have quite a few spare ones with clips.

I'll pop a couple in the post.
Douglas.
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Old 05-07-16, 19:48
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Hi Dopdog,

I have the same joints as you, did you manage to source any the same?

St Eval - are the PJ8N ones definitely 6"? Need at least one ASAP

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