Re: ca steering sector shaft in reply to gdb, 01-23-2008 06:22:49
I made my own on our CNC Lathe. I found the center after grinding what was left of the pin smooth and drilled to 5/16". I have a mold building tool and die shop and used die pins. Some of the parts sellers have them. I have heard that with some of the newer cross shafts you can punch to old pins out. I have not worked on any that way but you would need to check yours out first. You will need two. I could make a couple up for you if you can not find them. If your would punch out I would not know what the hole size would be.
Re: ca steering sector shaft in reply to Dick Lemmon, 01-23-2008 07:24:15
Dick Lemmon; If you could get back to me,I would like to have a pair of them.If they are not to awfully high? I took mine out and built them up.worked pretty good but still have a shade of steering wheel play.Not bad.but could use new pins. Thanks;
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