Re: [DML] Re: I found a new rattle noise - Steering column U joint?
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Re: [DML] Re: I found a new rattle noise - Steering column U joint?

I'm not interested in what a car "needs" but I am interested in what
will make it better.  One example is Martin's steering rack rebuild
kit.  It is obviously an improvement over the original design and if I
end up rebuilding my rack I'm probably going to go with Martin's kit
since it seems to be the best product available.

I would jump at a steering colum shaft with a rag joint if it were
available.  To me it just makes sense.  But until convinces Borgeson
to make a special product for us, it looks like the best option is
what Martin is selling.

The reality is Bill is a lazy man, unemployeed, and is always looking
for the easy way out.  I think he hasn't put any pressure on Borgeson
because he is simply too lazy to do any steering work on his car.

-Steve Rice

On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 6:31 AM, Martin Gutkowski <martin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Borgeson have joints with the same spline pattern as the delorean. It's a standard fitting.
> The delorean does not need a flex coupling - when did you last read of an owner complaining about steering harshness? Remember the rack is soft mounted.
> Martin


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