Ooops... I missed the part about the pickup drive shaft. Yes, they're different. IIRC, those are just pins that are press fit in place of cups. It still hammers apart like a cup type. At least the later 532 does.
Re: Ford 530 U-Joints in reply to RodInNS, 06-05-2013 17:58:50
I may try that for grins. Even looking around what it would cost to replace both halves, the New Holland deal is pretty attractive. $26 for the male shaft and u-Joint and I thing the female was $80ish for the shaft and u-joint.
I can't come close to that buying individual sections.
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