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Title: Steering Knuckle
Post by: Peter R on November 05, 2010, 16:34:09 PM
Is there a standard length for steering knuckles or are there options.
I have just changed from a T3 to a South Cant Jet Mk 3 steering nozzle on my colorado and the knuckle is not fully engaging in the hole in the nozzle.
Title: Re: Steering Knuckle
Post by: JR on November 05, 2010, 19:40:06 PM
Is there a standard length for steering knuckles or are there options.
I have just changed from a T3 to a South Cant Jet Mk 3 steering nozzle on my colorado and the knuckle is not fully engaging in the hole in the nozzle.

It should work as long as the knuckle ball does not come out of the hole when on full lock... Cheers JR
Title: Re: Steering Knuckle
Post by: Will on November 05, 2010, 19:56:27 PM
we did the same on a 773 changing a t3 to a south cant jet nozzle and I just lifted the stainless plate a little but it seems to be fine