This is gonna sound like a dumb question. I was looking into replacing/repairing my steering coupler/rag joint on my 81 Z with a repair kit to get rid of the last bit of slop in my steering. I already replaced all the ball joints and control arm bushings with polyurethane this winter. I a looking into replacing my gear box as well since it is leaking from every place possible with an IROC box. I figured I would fix the old and tired rag joint while I was at it. I have heard of other members doing it, just not sure how exactly it comes off of the intermediate shaft side. Probably one of the only things that I haven't taken apart on this car since I bought it 12 years ago. I glanced at it at work tonight to get an idea but didn't see any bolt holding it on. Do you just tap it off the intermediate shaft? And would it be easier to remove the whole shaft first since I really don't have room with the header and control arm in the way. Forgot to mention it has a BB in it so room is a little tighter. Any help would be appreciated. I'm sure I can figure it out, but any tips or tricks would help.