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Old 06-13-2014, 08:23 AM
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toyota steering box u-joints

were can i find a steering u-joint for the toyota steering box the classic haulers want $80.00 for theres is says it 11/16 with 36 splines speedway donot have it theres got to be some were out there lest than $80.00 dollers some one got to know about some haveing theys parts please let me know
I live a shelter life so please let me know and i know there are a lot of as
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Summit has some that will fit Toyota on one end but you did not say what will connect to the other end. They are made by Borgeson and are only $4 less than Classic Haulers. Go to the Borgeson web site to see if they make what you need. If you are staying with the original steering column, then the u-joint from Classic Haulers is what you will need.
 
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Old 06-13-2014, 11:21 AM
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Got mine from Flaming river . Don't remember the price . I think Ididit steering also sells them .
 
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Borgeson makes them all, They're polished stainless steel, made like a piece of jewelry hence the price. (Not to mention the cost of product liability insurance, thank your lawyer.) You only buy it once, bite the bullet.
 
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PS: Borgeson wants 186.00 direct!
 
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I got mine from Flaming River too. They were very nice and helped me get the right parts when I called and visited them.
 
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Borgeson makes them all
Agreed, They're all made by Borgeson and in my opinion, necessary. If it's Steering or Brakes, I spare no expense.

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I used the factory Toyota u-joint that came with the box and it mated up to the Ford rag joint well ( I used a factory Ford column).
 
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I used the factory Toyota u-joint that came with the box and it mated up to the Ford rag joint well ( I used a factory Ford column).
Pictures please! What Ford column did you use?
 
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The joint came with the box - not very attractive but it works fine, was free with the box, and fit directly to the rag joint of the 78-9 Ford van column I used. The column had to be shortened by 8 or 9", but has tilt, no key switch, and was only $9 from the scrap yard. I cut the brackets off and made my own drop bracket for mounting it to the dash.



 
 
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