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It's a good point, Alex. However, the shaft on the steering gearbox is splined. There would not be any side to side play against the set screw to loosen it and I would trust the permanent loctite (red, I believe) in this location. Needs to be heated to break loose if you ever need to. I sent an email earlier today to Cunningham Machine and received the attached photo. I couldn't see the details of the part of the shaft that attached to the steering gearbox on his website. No, I don't work for them. If I order the shaft, I'll post the results here.in my opinion it is unsafe use those univesal steering shaft
RAG joint steering shaft or U-joint steering shaft, it is not the point.
if those steering shaft have not the same factory system to lock steering shaft to the steering gearbox spline shaft.
I wouldn't trust using this locking system, which doesn't use a screw through the groove gear of steering gearbox.
should i just trust the loctite that stops the screw in place?