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1967-68 Camaro Rag Joint
1967-68 Camaro Rag Joint

1967-68 Camaro Rag Joint

67-68 Chevy Camaro, 1"-48 Spline End, 3/4"-30 Spline End (2)

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1967-68 Camaro Rag Joint
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Spline End:
1"-48
Spline End (2):
3/4"-30
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MFG. Part #:
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Whether you're installing a new tilt steering column or just trying to tighten up your steering system, it's a good idea to replace the rag joint between the column and steering box.

These joints fit our 1967-1968 Camaro tilt columns, but can also be used to dampen vibration where two steering shafts are lined up with no deflection.

The joints have 1"-48 spline ends on the column side and 3/4"-30 spline on the steering box side.

1967-68 Camaro Rag Joing, 3/4"-30

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