How to Install a Borgeson Rag Joint?

Answer A Borgeson rag joint, also called a steering coupler, is used to attach the steering column to the steering box on older vehicles from the 1950s through 1980s. It acts as a vibration damper. The ce... Read More »

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How to Install a U-Joint?

A U-joint is the component that connects the driveshaft yokes to the transmission yoke and the rear end yoke. The U-Joint is mounted inside of the yokes on each end of the driveshaft. The U-joint s... Read More »

How to Install a CV Boot Joint?

When the boot of a CV axle tears and rips, dirt gets in and grease leaks out. This causes the CV axle to make a thumping sound, especially when turning the car. The CV axles are an important part o... Read More »

How to Install a Ball Joint on a Car?

Replacing the ball joints in your car can be a tedious process and requires the rental of a specialty tool kit, but doing the job yourself can save you time, money and the hassle of taking your car... Read More »

How to Install a Ball Joint?

For many vehicles, a ball joint connects the upper and lower axle arms to the steering gear. With time, these pieces may undergo wear and need to be replaced. The process of installing the ball joi... Read More »