Spicer Ujoint numbers
344 or 343. Best to take one with you to the parts counter to compare.
> Does anyone know the Spicer equivalent #s for an 88 RR's u-joints
Checking back through my archive of list correspondence (thanks James Pierce
and Charles Morris), the consensus is:
The rear are 344s, the factory part no. is RTC 3458 and sell for $74.44 ea. at the dealer. You can get these at the parts house for approx. $20.00."
i thought they were the same front & rear?!
i have two, each sourced from different places. I think they were both about
GMB Corp (japanese) PN# 220-1100
Beck/Arnley (british) PN# 102-0490
each are identical to the other, and greasable
For RR '86 and later the U-joints are same front and rear, if you have
manual gearbox (LR part no RTC4587).
In case of automatic the front U-joints are same as older RR's use (LR part
Even LR has several other part numbers that fit, I know the following
RTC4587 - RTC3458 and TVC100010
GUJ117 - RTC3346
Range Rover V8 (mod.) 1980
Range Rover V8 EFI 1990
LR Discovery Tdi 1993===================================================================
Napa (as well as most other auto
parts stores carry them). The Napa part number is wrong though. As I
recall their ;isting for a series Rover has the right part number. I think
it's also the same as for a Triumph TR6 too. Sorry, but I don't have it
here. Good luck.
Thanks, I did find and replace it. Its a 344. Available just about
anywhere. thanks to everyone who chimed in and helped out.
Subject RE [RR] U Joint
It's a standard U-Joint and cost less than $20US, but I do not have the part
number. I removed the driveshaft (propshaft) and brought it to a local
driveline shop. They replace both U-Joints for about $70US.
I had tried to replace one on the RR myself the first time and screwed it
up. It's a bit more difficult than the ones on my Blazer. It's more cost
effective for me to bring the whole driveshaft to the shop.