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Steering gearbox output shaft question - 2005-08 Super Duty

Discussion in 'Super Duty & Heavy Duty' started by kiwigtx, Jan 4, 2018.

  1. kiwigtx

    kiwigtxInternational Mod Staff Member

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    Can anybody tell me the sizing and spline count on the output shaft of the steering gear unit as in the link below please?

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    Trying to find an alternate source for the Dodge A100 series of trucks.
     
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    kiwigtxInternational Mod Staff Member

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    kiwigtxInternational Mod Staff Member

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    It's OK, I'm trying a different angle. I'll just buy one and measure it myself.:rolleyes:
     
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    What the supplier can not tell you? I have found that becoming of internet sales sites they can sell it for a particular vechile but to find specs for get it.
     
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    kiwigtxInternational Mod Staff Member

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    The trouble with suppliers is that they just want to sell their product. They either don't have time, or are not interested in Customer Service these days. Asking a few questions seems to make the Customer look like some sort of weirdo.
    Waiting for a response from some suppliers is like pulling teeth. Placing an order online is all they are interested in - they get your money and stuff things into a box. easy. None of this trying to help the customer make a selection to build up a kit or anything.

    I'll just do the old fashioned Kiwi thing, buy the stuff that looks close enough and make it work. Kind of like what MacGuyver would do, except I won't be building my new engine and trans combo with a coat-hanger and an old fridge.:wideyed: