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Samurai rag joint, part #?

I need to replace the rubber rag joint on the steering shaft. Anyone have a part # available so I can avoid the usual painfull parts counter conversation [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

Also..has anyone found a parts store equivalent that will work?
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Re: Samurai rag joint, part #?

Any of the vendors can get you one. I got it from <a target="_blank" href=http://www.hawksuzukiparts.com>www.hawksuzukiparts.com</a> and completly eliminate the counter person. Jim
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Re: Samurai rag joint, part #?

Suzuki # 48251-52000
Aftermarket red HELP package # 31002
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Re: Samurai rag joint, part #?

oem part # is 48251-52000 fyi

i have been told that you can use the lil help
rag joint at your local auto parts store.
thake the oem# to advance in there new computers can cross ref. almost any oem number

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Re: Samurai rag joint, part #?

you beat me

but

at least i was correct

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Great!! Thanks!!
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Re: Samurai rag joint, part #?

After losing two rags in two runs,I checked and found the steering shaft u-joint by the fire wall is a direct fit on my steering box.Easy way to tighten up steering and dumping the rag forever,just marry to steering shafts together.RR
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