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Steering probs...

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by BlzrProne17, Apr 10, 2002.

  1. BlzrProne17

    BlzrProne17 Registered Member

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    Ok. My '65 Chevy is still a little FUBAR. It drives fairly fine except that I only get about 1/4 travel to the right and about 180 degrees travel to the left. It's not that much of a problem except when I park and it takes a lot more time to get where i'm going because I make all left turns. Lol. I have pin-pointed the problem though it's just a matter of finding the part. First of all the body is a 1965 Chevy Longbed mounted on a '78 1/2 ton frame. The steering shaft is bent and I haven't a clue where to find it or the steel peice that is between the coupler and the steering box. It's the flat peice bent up on the end to fit around the coupler for support. If any of you have any ideas where to get any of these parts PLEASE let me know!
    Thanks!
    Matt
     

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