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1964-72 Chevelle Steering Arms
1964-72 Chevelle Steering Arms

1964-72 Chevelle Steering Arms

64-72 Buick, 64-72 Chevy, 64-72 Oldsmobile, 64-72 Pontiac, 4.25" Center to Center, Steel

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1964-72 Chevelle Steering Arms
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1964-72 Chevelle Steering Arms
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  • Steel construction
  • Fits 64-72 Buick, 64-72 Chevy, 64-72 Oldsmobile, and 64-72 Pontiac
  • 4.25" center to center
  • Painted black finish
  • Closest mount hole is 3-3/4" and furthest mount hole is 8"

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MFG. Part #:
91034914
Center to Center:
4.25"
Material Type:
Steel

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Back in the day the steering arms on some Chevelle/Malibus were a different length depending on if they were power or manual steering. The manual cars had a longer arm and if you convert them to power steering you still have slow steering. These forged arms are shorter (faster) than manual steering arms. 

Specs

Mount hole pattern to the spindle is 4 1/4" center to center.  Length center of tie rod hole to closest mount hole is 3 3/4" and to furthest mount hole is 8".

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  • If you are confused as to how that new steering wheel you want is going to attach to your project's steering column then this buyer's guide should be your first visit before adding that new wheel to your shopping list.
  • In this Tech Tip, John responds to a customer request for our thoughts on an axle kit for his project.
  • So you're just about finished on your front end and it's time to install the steering linkage! Speedway can show you how to properly measure for a Tie-rod or Drag-link to make sure steering is easy on your rod.

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