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Lifted Steering linkage Help


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#1 Sweet82

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Posted 12 September 2003 - 11:35 AM

Looking for someone who has some insite on how to adjust the steering linkage to fit right once the vehicle is lifted.

Background;


Those of you who have a lifted Subie know that once you lift the vehicle the steering does not want to connect the same as it was.

I'm building a buggy out of my 82 Hatch.:burnout: I'm finding that my steering shaft is now running right through my pedals where as it used to be up higher and out of the way.

What I need to do is lengthen the lower spline somehow and shorten the steering column shaft. This will allow a higher routing of my steering away from my feet and pedals.

Anyone else dealt with this concept? :cornfuzz: What did you do?

Thanks,
Glenn
82 Hatch, transforming...:temper:
01 Forester, jealous....:madder:




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