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Ididit BORVRDW7DD
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Ididit 3/4" DD Half Rag Joint

535-BORVRDW7DD

made in usa
Ships directly from the manufacturer on 09/25/19
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$60.66
Ididit 3/4" DD Half Rag Joint $60.66
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3/4" DD Half Rag Joint

Specifications:

Manufacturer's Part Number:
BORVRDW7DD

Rag Joints stop pulsations from the power steering pump, and they must be mounted straight.

Universal Joints can be combined with a vibration reducer to make a vibration joint that will work well up to 35°. Ends available: smooth by smooth, smooth by spline or DD, and spline or DD by spline or DD.

Couplers and adapters require welding.

Stainless Steel Shafts measure 36" long and 3/4" DD.

Support Bearings are required when using more than two U-joints (double U-joints would count as two U-joints). 3/4" DD shafts will work in round support bearings.

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