U-Joint Non-Splined to Non-Splined
JEGS 60615 3/4 inch I.D. Smooth Bore x 3/4 inch I.D. Smooth Bore Steering U-Joint will allow you to join a non-splined 3/4 inch O.D. steering shaft to a non-splined 3/4 inch O.D. steering shaft. The u-joint can be welded or pinned to the un-splined ends of a steering shaft and will help you save time and money when fabricating steering linkage for a race car or street machine.
Steering Linkage Components Ideal for Race and Street Applications
JEGS Steering U-Joints and Couplers are CNC-machined steel for superior strength. Our u-joints are assembled with needle bearings for longevity and can operate at up to a 30-degree angle with effortless maneuverability. They are available in black, chrome, natural, and nickel-plated finishes.
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