1995-2000 Chevrolet Truck Lower Half Steering Shaft

(4 customer reviews)

$35.00$190.00

Tired of fighting your steering? Tired of the constant swaying back and forth? We have the fix for you! Introducing our 95-00 (Old Body Style ONLY) Steering Shafts. Eliminate that worn out rag joint with a U-joint. Simply unbolt your lower steering shaft and put this one in its place for an all new driving experience.

NOTE – Black Shafts are a Black Oxide Coating for a rust preventative. It is more of a flat black. Some maybe powder coated black depending on how we get material in.

***Will NOT fit Dorman aftermarket intermediate half*** (Check options on drop down menu to get intermediate shaft if needed!!!!)

Includes – 1 1995-00 (Old Body Style ONLY) Steering Shaft

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Additional information
Reviews (4)
Weight 2.5 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 4 × 4 in
Coating Options

Uncoated Raw Steel, Black Coated, Uncoated Raw Steel With Intermediate Shaft, Black Coated With Intermediate Shaft, Black Intermediate Shaft ONLY, Raw Intermediate Shaft ONLY

4 reviews for 1995-2000 Chevrolet Truck Lower Half Steering Shaft

  1. Travis Sayne (verified owner)

    Went in super easy! And my steering is nice and tight again

  2. Denny Phinney (verified owner)

    Came quickly, very solid product. No instruction but its not needed. 15mm up top 11 down low. The Cunningham unit uses i believe a 13 for the set screw nut. Steering was instantly tighter !

  3. Aiden (verified owner)

    Fantastic product. Swap took me less than half an hour, and steering was instantly tighter and my ote precise. No cutting or modification required like some brands, and assembly is very high quality. I would recommend to anyone looking for better handling out of an OBS vehicle

  4. John P.

    Thank you Cunningham Machine for a high quality, improved design replacement part at a great price.

    If you can change a spark plug, you can install a lower steering shaft and eliminate the rag joint! Simple repair eliminated excessive steering wheel play and made my truck much more enjoyable to drive. Set your steering wheel straight ahead before beginning. Remove and discard the plastic cup covering the rag joint. On my application, it was a ittle difficult to the locate 15mm nut securing the upper steering shaft. I found it behind a large wire loom under the power brake booster near the firewall. The upper shaft slides inside the lower shaft. Be sure and reuse the long rubber boot covering the steering shaft halves.

    – 1998 Chevy K1500

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