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Old 02-18-2012, 11:46 AM
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Last week I installed the Rock Solid bushing. Still had a bunch of play in my steering, so this week I bit the bullet and put in a Borgeson intermediate shaft. Now that made a huge difference! The borgeson part is much heavier than stock and will probably outlast my truck. It's almost like having a new truck.
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Is that the one in the lower portion of steering column? And is your truck a 1500?
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