Glad you found them.
I had no useful info for ya but I did have a funny story about Eagle's & U-joints.
Back when I first started working on my uncle's buses for him he had 4 Eagles and 3 MCI's. (he was at one time an ALL Eagle man but was phasing them out after they quit building them)
Anyway he had one that needed the u-joints in the shaft from the miter box to the A/C compressor replaced.
So I asked him if he had any spares on hand or a part # where I could order them.
His response was "Just go to NAPA an tell then you need u-joints for a 454 Chevy."
I said "Do what? It ain't that easy, they are gonna ask what yr, model, and yada yada yada!"
He said "No really that's what they Dale me the last time I had him replace them. Next time just ask for 454 Chevy u-joints!"
So I did what he said (of course I took one with me wrapped up in a shop rag in my back pocket with me)
So I walk in the local NAPA and John says "What can I help ya with today Bryce?"
So I told him I needed a i-joint for a 454 Chevy.
He laughed asked "What yr, & what kind of Chevy?"
(jest like I knew he would!)
So I told him "I dunno Robert just told me to ask for u-joints for a 454 Chevy!"
So he laughs and just for kicks an giggles he looks in his computer for Chevy's with 454's and finds that between all the different Chevy's there are 7 different u-joints listed.
So I finally said "Well here
(pulling the one out of my back pocket and sitting it on the counter) would it be easier to just match this one up?"
He looked at me with a disgusted look and said "Well of course it would."
Then he measured it and compared specs on all7 of the ones he found listed. And NONE of them were the same as what I had brought in.
So he did compare until he found me some that matched up.
Just as we where finishing up the other counter guy Ray asked "where did he get that they were for a 454 Chevy?"
I told them that was what he said Dale had told him.
That's when both them and the owner of the store all broke out laughing and told me that the reason Robert had fired Dale (who had a shop of his own) from working on his buses and talked me into it and helped me set up my shop to do it in was that he was going over his parts bill and found out that Dale had ordered a set of "lock out hubs and charged them to bus # 80. (also an Eagle)
So we all had a good laugh and then they went on to tell me that "Dale" had just built an early Chevy 4X4 P/U for his teenage son and several customers had found strange parts on their bills that Dale had purchased on their accounts! (but apparently Robert was the only one that actually knew the part ordered wasn't used on his equipment!)
When I got back to my shop and went next door to Robert's office I told him what we'd discovered @ NAPA and he was furious.
BTW the way guess what engine the 4X4 had in in it!