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FORGED STEEL PINION YOKES FROM INLAND EMPIRE DRIVELINE PROVIDE RELIABLE OPERATION IN EXTREME APPLICATIONS

FORGED STEEL PINION YOKES FROM INLAND EMPIRE DRIVELINE PROVIDE RELIABLE OPERATION IN EXTREME APPLICATIONS

High horsepower street and racing engines can develop enough power and torque to snap OEM cast iron pinion yokes—but not forged steel pinion yokes from Inland Empire Driveline Service (IEDLS). These yokes are precision machined for a perfect fit and heat-treated to handle up to 2,000 horsepower. Designed specifically for Spicer 1350 use, these U-bolt style yokes are available for 29 spline Chrysler 8-3/4”, 10 spline Chrysler 8-3/4”, Dana 60, 30 spline Ford 8.8”, 28 spline Ford 9”, 35 spline Ford 9”, GM 8.5” 10-bolt and GM 12-bolt. Inland Empire Driveline Service, (909) 390-3030; www.iedls.com

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Inland Empire Driveline Service was established in 1981 as a driveshaft repair facility serving the Ontario, CA. auto repair and heavy duty trucking industries. Since then, IEDLS has grown to include additional facilities in Corona, CA. and North Palm Springs, CA., and has become widely recognized as the leader in driveline technology. IEDLS drive shafts and related components are the choice of Baja 1000 winners as well as NHRA and IHRA Pro Stock champions and street rodders everywhere.

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