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Intermediate Steering Shaft Lube Procedure

Discussion in 'How-to Guides' started by dwill3015, Jan 22, 2009.

  1. bd1326

    bd1326 Rockstar


    good idea, great ingenuity
  2. Blakjax98

    Blakjax98 Member

    so how long do you guys expect the shaft to last after replacing it??
  3. 4shongo

    4shongo New Member

    Good info. Had mine replaced on my 01 Sierra under warranty. Hope my 06 doesn't give me any issues.
  4. Blakjax98

    Blakjax98 Member

    Do you have to use the grease that GM provides or will a bearing grease work???
  5. bob13

    bob13 Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    AS good a write up as I've seen anywhere!
  6. skinner

    skinner Rockstar

    no, read the instructions
  7. skinner

    skinner Rockstar

    It will, bet you 1000 dollars lol
  8. skinner

    skinner Rockstar

    About 5 to 6 miles lol
  9. 2ToNe04

    2ToNe04 Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    best and nice write up ive seen will

    i wish i would have seen this before. :( i had to pay 700 to replace it.
  10. ejj

    ejj New Member

    Just removed the stock unit and replaced with the "new and improved" version. Very easy. I would HIGHLY recommend using a 15mm ratcheting wrench. About 15 of the 20 minutes I spent on this was loosening/tightening the bolts. A ratcheting wrench would make it a lot quicker.

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