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Splined steering shaft for 40 Ford column

I have a 40 Ford steering column, wheel and shaft in my 32. I am changing the steering box and need a splined or D shaft. Anybody make a steering shaft that is tapered w/woodruff key on one end and splined or D on the other?

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Check with Borgeson....they have all kinds of shafting as well as couplers and adapters etc. www.borgeson.com
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Thanks Henry...Should have mentioned that I have already talked to the large suppliers. Tech at Flaming River says they have a billet column with shaft but won't sell just the shaft. I am really reluctant to swap out the whole column if I don't have to. Might just have to buy a splined shaft and turn down a taper on one end.
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