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'Bolter
How do you know if the pitman arm is on far enough on a 1950 1/2 ton ? there are still splines showing on the pitman arm. the shaft splines are about 1/4 from the top of the pitman arm

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It's tapered. There will be some splines showing. About 200 pounds torque.


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