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Replacement Steering Shafts For Dodge, Chevy Ford Pickups
"Your readers may be interested in our heavy-duty replacement steering shafts for Dodge, Ford, and Chevy pickups as well as Jeeps. They're built better than original parts," says Jeff Grantmeyer, Borgeson Universal, Torrington, Ct.
  The company is a leading manufacturer of aftermarket steering universal joints for both cars and pickups. Grantmeyer says the company developed its first truck replacement steering shaft back in 1989 to solve a common problem with full-size Dodge pickups and Ramchargers.
  "These pickups have a steering flex-joint that can wear in as little as 4,000 miles, depending on how the pickup is used," says Grantmeyer. "Any play in the steering causes nerve-racking wandering on the highway. Our replacement shafts are a big improvement over OEM parts because they can take anything you throw at them. We're so sure they'll outlast your pickup that we offer a 5-year warranty."
  What makes the Borgeson steering shaft so good? Grantmeyer says it's the precision, zero-play, sealed needle-bearing universal joint that's machined from solid steel. "It's not a cheap stamping like the OEM designs. Our steering shafts telescope for easy installation and are permanently lubed and sealed. The telescoping shaft easily handles misalignment from body-lifts and extreme off-road driving. The tight feel of the Borgeson steering shaft assembly will transform your pickup," says Grantmeyer.
  The steering shafts retail from $198 up to $285, depending on model, plus S&H.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Borgeson Universal, 91 Technology Park Drive, Torrington, Ct. 06790 (ph 860 482-8283; fax 860 496-9320; sales@borgeson. com; alan@borgeson.com; www.borgeson. com).

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2009 - Volume #33, Issue #2