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Universal joint part numbers?

My '87 B350 looks like it needs another rear universal joint...

Naturally enough I want to buy the right one before I dismantle it.

Can anyone confirm a part number (non-Mopar) so I can cross-reference it with part numbers available in Australia?

B350 van, 360 engine, 727 transmission, 9" rear end.
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Thanks for that...

It looks like the key number is 7260. Spicer number 5-789X.
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dont buy moog ball joints, I bought 2 of them and they were a few thousands of an inch off causing them to strip when installed. buy american. I tried to get the correct ball joint too because you cant go back to the store when your truck is apart! know the weight capacity of your Axel and go to a trusted parts store not advanced auto or
auto zone as their stuff is all made in china. and dont be afraid to spend a few bucks more.. it pays off in the long run. good luck!!!!!! @!
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It seems that the Aussie number is 2038...
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Dont buy moog ball joints, I bought 2 of them and they were a few thousands of an inch off causing them to strip when installed. buy american. I tried to get the correct ball joint too because you cant go back to the store when your truck is apart! know the weight capacity of your Axel and go to a trusted parts store not advanced auto or auto zone as their stuff is all made in china. and dont be afraid to spend a few bucks more.. it pays off in the long run. good luck!!!!!! @!
I have a Moog joint packet with an old joint in it, it's probably the one we changed in Idaho. Moog is from Mexico.

I'm still a little concerned about the different part numbers here and there. I would dearly love to know some other part numbers than the Spicer one so I can get a definite interchange with an Aussie number.
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