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Old 02-20-2006, 11:46 AM
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[IMG][/IMG] what should i use between the column and the box . have a piece of chrome pipe in there right no for mocup . rag joint ujoint or vibration coupler its pretty straight on

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I always try to use U joints whenever possible. I have 2 joints on the steering of my 32....



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ya ididnt know which way to go since its such i tight fit and its such a straight shot thanks
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Even though it is a straight shot you still need something to isolate the vibration, like a rag joint. Borgeson sells a combination isolator U joint that is very compact.

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ya knew i needed somethin but wasnt sure which way to go dont really like the rag joint idea its kinda ugly thats why iwas wondering about the vibration joint from borgeson
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