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fordtrucks61-79-digest Thursday, November 20 1997 Volume 01 : Number 361



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rag joint repair [dave.williamschaos.lrk.ar.us (Dave Williams)]

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Date: Wed, 19 Nov 1997 22:22:00 -0500
From: dave.williamschaos.lrk.ar.us (Dave Williams)
Subject: rag joint repair

- -> I got the $10 "Help" ones at auto parts store. Each
- -> one gets ripped out at the bolts on the steering
- -> box side.
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- -> Is there any way to keep these things together?

Get one of those old tires out of the pile, fire up the trusty angle
grinder, and cut yourself a disc of appropriate diameter. Drill holes
as required.

Some OEMs use "recycled" car tires in this fashion. The steel, Kevlar,
and whatnot hold up quite well in service.


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