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Flaming River solid Steering shaft.

USED FLAMING RIVER SOLID STEERING SHAFT FOR USE WITH MANUAL RACKS. THIS ITEM IS THE PERFECT FIX FOR STEERING SHAFT TO HEADER CLEARANCE PROBLEMS. $80 obo
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Mike, I am interested in the steering shaft. I spaced my K-member down 1.5 inches, and the shaft needs to be about one inch longer. Is there some adjustment in your shaft? John 940/631-1152
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Yes there is room since my K-member was 1" lower.
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If it is short, for about $20 you can get a 24 inch piece of 3/4 DD shaft from Jegs or summit and cut you own to what you need - $80 is a good price if you need it - yes to header clearence

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Guys..FYI...A fox upper steering shaft telescopes in / out of the column. Sometimes needs coaxing wtih a hammer to free it up. There's about 8" of adjustabilty so length should never be a problem. Joint placement in relation to header tubes sometimes is a prob though.

That is a good price on the Flaming River shaft. The adjustability and small dia joints are great for BBFox applications.

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I guess I should have asked for more :lol:
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Sale pending then?

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Guys..FYI...A fox upper steering shaft telescopes in / out of the column. Sometimes needs coaxing wtih a hammer to free it up. There's about 8" of adjustabilty so length should never be a problem. Joint placement in relation to header tubes sometimes is a prob though.

That is a good price on the Flaming River shaft. The adjustability and small dia joints are great for BBFox applications.

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x2...... the inner sleeve on the column has plastic pins that need to be "sheared" and then it will move 8)
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Sold yet??? if not PM me and I give you e-mail adress
please let me know where you are (zip code) for shipping cost
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