Splined Steering Shafts
Flaming River offers two types of intermediate steering shafts: DD or Splined. Either shafting is ideal for your steering system. Splined shafts allow a more precise phasing adjustment. DD can only be phased 180° while splined shafts can be rotated fractionally. The advantage to DD, however, is that it can be cut to any length eliminating the need to premeasure. You will need to choose which shafting you will be using prior to ordering the universal joints, since one side accommodates the shaft.
Manufactured from polished stainless steel, splined shafts are manufactured in 2'' increments: 4''-36'' lengths. Splined 2 inches on each side. This allows for up to 2 inches of total trim. DD shafting is also made from stainless steel and available in 10",18",22" and 36'' lengths. DD steering shafts are available in polished or milled finish.
- Made from stainless steel
- Available in DD or splined styles
- DD steering shafts available in polished or milled finish
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