Often a u-joint can be eliminated by using a Borgeson Steering Coupler. A coupler, or adapter, is a 2'' straight extension designed to extend either the steering box, R&P shaft or the column shaft. The coupler can be welded and/or pinned to the unsplined end of a shaft. The 1''-48 and 1''-Double D couplers have a 1-1/4'' hole that will accept either an adapter to reduce inside diameter to 3/4'' smooth or another splined or 3/4'' Double D coupler. The coupler assembly would have to be pinned and/or welded together. Welding the coupler is acceptable because there are no moving parts to damage, and the coupler's steel is less susceptible to heat damage from welding.Features:
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