Aluminum Quick Release Steering Wheel Hub, Splined, 5/8 Inch
Universal Fit, 2.50" Overall Length, 2.38" Overall Diameter, 19 Spline Count, Aluminum, Purple
- This push button quick release eliminates the possibility of losing the hub retaining pin due to the retained push button
- Quick release makes entry and exit of the vehicle a breeze with the steering wheel removed
- 5/8" ID weld on splined sleeve reduces slop and allows for welding to 3/4" round steering shafts
- Billet aluminum hub accept standard 3 bolt steering wheels
- Purple anodized finish
This push button quick-release features a billet aluminum hub and one-piece steel sleeve. No pins, just push the button to remove wheel from shaft. Purple anodized.Each includes a hub and weld-on sleeve for 5/8" O.D. steering shaft. Bolt holes for mounting steering wheel are 1/4"-20 fine thread.
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