Please help identify taper

I apologize if this question has been answered before, but does anyone know the taper used in automotive steering arm pivot joints. They appear to be Morse, but there is very little taper to identify with certainty. Secondly, if these joints are not Morse, where are these tapered reamers sold. Thanks in advance, Steve

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Steve Lusardi
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According to a couple of messages I found with a Google search most are a 1

1/2" per foot taper. That agrees with this catalog:

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but it's cheaper here:

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The same original sources say it's also an R121 from Snap-On but the Snap-On catalog doesn't say what the taper of their reamer is so I can't be sure it's the same. If so, it's much cheaper from them at $41.

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Knowing the correct taper you can probably find one from MSC, Enco, J and L or maybe even Grainger.

Best Regards, Keith Marshall snipped-for-privacy@progressivelogic.com

"I'm not grown up enough to be so old!"

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try:

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1-800-842-9446

fax:

1-860-646-4483

or: the GAMMONS Hoaglund Company

253 Broad ST. Manchester, CT 06040
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