On some factory applications, a flexible coupling or Rag Joint was used to attach the column to the steering box when there was perfect alignment. If the original column or box is changed, the stock coupling may not work. Borgeson offers the largest variety of spline and DD sizes to fit most applications. Flexible couplings are only available in steel and should only be used when there is a perfect alignment between the connecting shaft and steering box.
The Borgeson Universal Company has been manufacturing steering universal joints and components for the industrial, automotive, military and aerospace markets since 1914. Purchased by the present owners in 1982, Borgeson continued to develop and refine our original needle bearing universal joint into the finest and strongest joint you can buy. Seeking to expand, Borgeson purchased Mullins steering gears in 2001 and combined the two businesses into one central, 50,000 square foot modern manufacturing facility. Borgeson has continued to develop and produce the most dependable steering components available.
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|California Proposition 65||WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel and Chromium (hexavalent compounds), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information visit: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov|
|End 1 Gender||Female|
|End 2 Gender||Female|
|Part Type||Steering Coupling Assembly|
|Shaft End 1||11/16 in. 36-spline|
|Shaft End 2||3/4 in. DD|