I am trying to hook up my steering column to my cross-steer Vega style box and I need some assistance please. I attempted to use a Flaming River EZ-shaft but the angle came out to 41 degrees (my box is mounted to the frame at 0 degrees, horizontal to frame - thus the angle of the shaft equals the angle of the u-joint on the steering box in this application). That is excessive by any standard, most recommend not exceeding 30 degrees, maybe as high as 35 degrees maximum as in above drawing but not 41 degrees. So I need to install a 3 u-joint system similar to this drawing. So given the above information there are 2 ways of hooking this up (or maybe more). 1. A single u-joint (19) at the end of the column, a section of shaft, a support bearing (18), section of shaft, a single u-joint (15), section of shaft and a single u-joint (or a vibration reducer) on the steering box (16). 2. A double universal on the end of the column, support bearing, shaft and the single u-joint (or vibration reducer) on the steering box. Facts: The distance from box to the column is about 18.5", not a lot of room for a lot for connections. The vibration reducer is an extra $100.00? 8BA Flathead in a 34 ford frame, I have Red's headers and an Offy oil pan breather on that side to contend with. Column is flaming river, as is cross-steer box. Box is 5/8" X 36, column is 3/4" X 36. Using DD shaft so I can cut to fit easily. Frame rails are boxed making the support bearing placement and mounting tricky as an afterthought. This is spendy stuff in polished SS and I don't want to make further errors if I can avoid it. Your advice is appreciated, your experience necessary. Don't steer me wrong.