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GM F / G Body Steering Shaft RFU232

GM F/G Body Steering Shaft

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1982-1992 Camaro/Firebird
1982-1987 Buick Regal
1982-1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
1978-1987 El Camino & 1982-1981 Malibu
1982-1987 GMC Caballero
1982-1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass
1982-1987 Pontiac Grand Prix
1984-1986 Bonneville, 1982-1983 Grand Lemans
1978-1982 A-Body variants

NOTE……….. FOR RHD converted cars.. mounted steering box G bodies in the 78-87 range…. Most all of the conversions used a HQ Holden steering box and the box’s couple knuckle that splined onto the box’s thread and then was re-bolted to THIS shafts flexible coupling. You MAY have to refit the lower box side knuckle coupling, which will require drilling out the two rivets and re-bolting or re-riveting it.

HELP: Another typical compaint on these as they get older…. new and older.. is a bit of clunking… usually a lack of grease in a few either at manufacturer of the way it may have settled in the house over the years as a service replacement part.. or from years of use and never being regreased internally……. that’s all.. they chatter a little.

I’ve also found a easy fix for these used have been noisy .. fixed it straight away..
Probably in the original design from GM.. in reality.. these really needed a grease injection point.. they are a linked part.. like any ball joint etc..
Having now fitted one to a car and greased it.. its quieter then many original GM ones… Might also be worth doing or suggesting to customers to think about. As shown below on couple we have done…

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