Note: These are specifically for GM application with splined column shafts, which were rare. 78 A/G-Body being the best example.
Eliminate the rubber rag joint that came stock on your classic
Firm up your steering significantly and eliminate slop, all while making more room for your header tubes
A must for a corner carver or even daily, feels like new again
Installs between the steering columb and steering box
These U-joints are sealed and do not require grease. The plastic factory dust shield can be retained to keep dirt and other contaminates out of the assembly. An occasional shot of our rod end spray lube will keep them friction free for years.
NOTE: Verify your column output is 1″ and splined and steering box input is 3/4 x 30 Spline, if not we CAN modify to fit your application
|Dimensions||2 × 3 × 17 in|
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