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The stock steering shaft has the outer hollow tube at the top and inner solid part at the bottom, has anyone reversed this and is there any reason why this couldn't or shouldn't be done? If I do it, it puts all my sensor up top instead of down under and makes it a lot easier to get too.

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The stock steering shaft has the outer hollow tube at the top and inner solid part at the bottom, has anyone reversed this and is there any reason why this couldn't or shouldn't be done? If I do it, it puts all my sensor up top instead of down under and makes it a lot easier to get too.

Kinarfi

I have seen them in upside down, and I don't think it makes any difference at all as to the orientation of the shaft.

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The stock steering shaft has the outer hollow tube at the top and inner solid part at the bottom, has anyone reversed this and is there any reason why this couldn't or shouldn't be done? If I do it, it puts all my sensor up top instead of down under and makes it a lot easier to get too.

Kinarfi

No difference.

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A lot of the steering slop in my Trooper was in the fitting of these two tubes. A bolt through the two helped a lot.

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