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Search out the Borgeson or Flaming River site for loads of tech help including when it needs support etc. One thing that's really important is to ensure joints are phased same as propshafts ,though some manufacturers do go slightly off on that one. Also don't use the u/js at greater than 30 degrees angle. It's laws of physics and cannot be beaten, trust me, I 've tried
any tips on making your own steering linkages ? max angles ? do you need the shock joint used in a capri linkage ? any input would be a big help
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