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Urethane Steering Coupler


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Please check out the photo-  my car is parked and the steering wheel is in an unlocked position, why does my coupler sit uneven?  is this normal?  i did rebuilt the box a couple months back and replaced the stock coupling with urethane.  steering box works great but i do notice what feels like the coupling twisting a bit when i'm driving.  thanks.  

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Loosen the nut (1) slide the flange down the steering shaft so the disc is flat and less of the spines are showing (2). I believe you’ll need two 13mm wrenches to do this, one for the bolt head, and one for the nut.

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It may fight you a bit and require some prying to get it to move due to corrosion from being in place for years, but if that disc was installed recently, maybe you’ll luck out and it’ll move fairly easily.

 

Wgen you get the flange repositioned where you want it, tighten the nut (1).

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