Steering shaft help

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Boy1duh

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Feb 11, 2016
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Ok asking the obvious.....is my steering shaft supposed to look this way... I haven't driven the car to see how it responds I hope the pictures can help but it looks almost detached from the car but it feels solid when I try to move it if this needs to be fixed how do I do it thanks
 

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G-boz

Greasemonkey
Jul 13, 2008
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It looks like its still attached to the column/box, although looks to have seen better days.... I would suggest switching the a jeep/astro shaft.
I have a jeep shaft if your interested, Its a simple bolt on.
 

Boy1duh

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Feb 11, 2016
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It looks like its still attached to the column/box, although looks to have seen better days.... I would suggest switching the a jeep/astro shaft.
I have a jeep shaft if your interested, Its a simple bolt on.
Thanks I am interested I will pm u my info next week on payday lol
 

Longroof79

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Oct 14, 2008
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Do yourself a favor and replace that shaft. They're easy enough to find in the junkyard.
 
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