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Marking Shaft

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Sessions attached the separate Borgeson shafts to the column and to the steering box. Then he routed the shafts around the engine and along the frame to meet in the middle as shown here. Borgeson intentionally left the double-D-shaped shaft (being marked) a little long to allow for small errors in measuring. Borgeson recommends trimming the shaft with a hack saw, but a cut-off wheel or band saw is much quicker.