Re: 641 steering column bushing in reply to RickB, 11-18-2012 16:11:25
i removed it myself. was not much left of it, but was did have a small ball bearings in it. i posted a picture of it on this side a few days ago as i had to use a cut off tool to cut the band off. how do you get this bushing style in the column?
Re: 641 steering column bushing in reply to kentrx1, 11-19-2012 17:25:23
that area is one of those 'horseshoes' type measurement. ie.. generally.. if close.. it works, as that bushing just centers the top of the steering shaft. as long as the steering wheel can fit down on the splines and put the acorn nut on and it is not binding or rubbing.. should be fine.
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