Rag Joint Replacement, Repair, with Mistakes Made.. You can help Doug’s Projects.
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How to install/replace rear shocks, air shocks, Monroe MA727;
An introduction to my Chevy C10:
Additional Information: http://goodyguides.com/rag-joint-replacement-repair/
The rag joint is the connection between the steering gear box and the steering column/shaft. If it is bad you could lose your steering.
Rag Joint Replacement with Mistakes Made should help you not to make the same ones I made. Steering joint, flex steering joint, steering coupler, flexible steering joint are other names for this joint.
The steps and procedures are almost the same on all trucks and cars with Rag Joints.
Replacing the Rag Joint on a Chevy Truck is not all that hard. The steps used here will work on most vehicles the have rag joints with some variations.
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