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    Cool Universal Joints

    had to change the front one used a 369 precision uv joint from oreillys
    now isnt the 369 for auto cars and the 354 for manual cars
    the mustangis a 5 speed

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    According to their site, looks like they call for precision #429.

    https://www.oreillyauto.com/detail/c...ar+shaft&pos=0

    This was filtered using an 84 GT 4v. No mention of transmission in the details.

    Hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bstang View Post
    369 is a moog u joint
    Precision is Oreilly's Private label line. Most likely made by Moog for Orielly, but no guarantee. They often use a name brand such as Moog, TRW, Timken, Fel-Pro, etc. for the part numbering system to make it easier to cross reference.
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