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Old 02-15-2017, 07:37 PM   #3
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Your problem is not a solid steering shaft spacer, unless you got one of the crappy cheap ones that are just a disc with holes. A proper aluminum shaft bushing should have little elevated straight sections on each side that fit the coupler and mimic the shape of the stock one. If you are using a solid bushing that allows side to side play for vibration, remove it immediately and put a stock one back on. A proper aluminum steering bushing (I think it's called a giubo) will not increase baseline NVH if everything else is right.
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