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How Do I Phase My U-joints Again?

Just tried searching, and did not come up with much.
Which way do I phase the u-joints on the steering shafts again? I have two

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Mark

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Just tried searching, and did not come up with much.
Which way do I phase the u-joints on the steering shafts again? I have two

Thanks

Mark
The U-shaded ends need to be parallel with each other.
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Hi Mark,
The yokes need to be in the same position on each end of the shaft. I don't knowhow to put an illustration up.
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look at a driveshaft, do your steeringshaft the same way...enough said...
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Got it,
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I couldn't check the driveshaft, no driveshaft in the car yet, and nothing else I have has a driveshaft, not even my car that was in Hot Rod last month.

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