We have had an unusually high volume of orders, an unusually long lead time on many parts from many of our manufacturers and an unfortunate number of sick employees.
We typically try very hard to interact and help answer questions for our customers but hopefully you can appreciate that we are doing everything we can to spend all our time getting orders out at the expense of responding to questions. If you really need to contact us regarding cancelling or changing an order, please send us a message.
Thanks for supporting us in our mission to provide quality parts and technical knowledge to the Scout community, and thank you for your patience.
Tired of driving a sloppy joe around town? There are a couple areas of play in the scout steering system but this is the easiest and cheapest to address. If you really want positive road feel we recommend replacing the rag joint with a Borgeson joint.
Please measure before ordering.
If an 11/16" 12 point box end wrench fits snug on the splines of the steering box input shaft then you have a '78-'80 Scout II box and need a 3/4"x30 steering joint.
If an 11/16" 12 point box end wrench does not fit over the splines of the steering box input shaft then you have a '71-'77 Scout II box and need a 13/16" x 36 steering joint. Or if you have calipers, the measurement on the input splines of the steering box should be 0.80 inches in diameter.
Includes: 1x rag joint and hardware
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