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If your U-joint does this then you need to figure out a better way.

So, the best I can sleuth from this one it that the billet caps for the billet yoke were lost, so the person doing the “repair�? substituted some Dorman caps. The problem is that the bent steep caps didn’t come close to securing the U-joint cap snuggly in place and there was a good amount of movement which was beating the snot out of the U-joint. We’re sure using mismatched parts was the faster route, but it was lazy and unsafe. We replaced the yoke with one from Strange and all was right with the world.

April 30, 2018

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