Borgeson 000934 Steering Shaft 1979 to 1991 Chevy and GMC Full-Size Trucks.
The Borgeson Replacement Steering Shaft 000937 Fits the following Chevy & GMC vehicles:
Chevrolet and GMC C10, C20, C30 series trucks.
Chevrolet and GMC 1500 Series trucks
Chevrolet and GMC 1500 Suburban series
Chevrolet and GMC 2500 series trucks
Chevrolet and GMC 2500 Suburban series
Chevrolet and GMC 3500 series trucks
The Borgeson 000934 Steering Shaft is a heavy-duty telescoping steel intermediate replacement steering shaft that connects the factory steering column to the lower steering shaft. The Borgeson 000934 Steering Shaft for the 1979 to 1991 Chevy / GMC trucks is also known as the Borgeson 934 Intermediate Steering Shaft. You the customer must verify that you have the large diameter GM rag joint with 2.5" center to center bolt spacing to ensure the proper fitment of this shaft. KLM Performance strongly recommends the replacement of this rubber rag joint at the time you install your new steering shaft.
The Borgeson 000934 Steering Shaft 1979 to 1991 Chevy/GMC features:
A sealed needle bearing vibration reducer universal joint
Built as a heavy-duty telescopic shaft assembly for increased safety.
Installs in 30 minutes with basic hand tools.
Backed by a Five Year Manufacturers Warranty
Proudly Made In The USA!
This Borgeson 000934 replacement steering shaft also has an improved version of the OEM Vibration Damper. This upgraded replacement steering shaft is the Borgeson 000935 Steering Shaft.
Product Application: 1979 to 1991 Full-size Chevrolet and GMC trucks.
Brand: Borgeson Universal
FAQ: How hard is this replacement steering shaft installation. The installation of this new American Made Heavy Duty string shaft can take approximately Fouty Five to Ninety minutes to install.
Part Number: 00934
Manufacturer: Borgeson Universal Company
Product Note: This Borgeson 934 intermediate steering shaft restores the tight steering feel as soon as the shaft is installed in your vehicle. Based upon the age of your vehicle we strongly recommend changing out the rag joint at the same time you replace the steering shaft.