Hey guys, I've got an old OE steering shaft that I'd like to switch out for the one in my '69 (long story). This replacement shaft, however seems to have some "twisting play" between the two pieces. If I hold the upper section in one hand & the lower section in the other hand, and twist these in opposite directions, there's a bit of "click-clack" between the two. Not a lot, but it's there. And I'm thinking that *at the steering wheel*, this will be noticeable as even *greater* play (& I've done a lot lately to get all the free play out of my steering). The two sections of the shaft have to be able to slide (collapse) into each other, but would a new shaft have this "play" in it? Has anyone figured out a way to "refurbish" one of these to eliminate this very issue? (And I don't think that's why the factory had the plastic pins in these... plastic would wear too quickly.) Only thing I can think of, is maybe try to add some very thin shims? -OR- put the female section on a press & squeeze it ...dubious, at best, since it would need to be squeezed just enough to end up *sliding well* over the male piece ("collapsable"), yet without the free-play that I'm describing here. Has anyone dealt with this issue?