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1995 centurion f150 ujoint

Quick question, would my 95 centurion extension f150 happen to have the same ujoint at the rearend as a 95 f150 extended cab. I would think it would. But my old 96 had a 1 piece driveshaft where as this centurion is a two piece
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I don't think Centurion changed the chassis parts as far as drive line. I would take the old one to a good parts store (one where they don't give you "it's not in the computer" crap) they should be able to match it up at worst.
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