F-100 Steering Box Wedge For 1932 Ford Chassis
If you are building a traditional 1932 Ford and want to mount a 1953-1956 F-100 steering box to your chassis, this steering box wedge is a must. CNC machined of aluminum and requires no modifications to the box.
Note: This steering box wedge only fits the 1953-1956 Ford F-100 box. Mounts box in original location. Original holes must be filled and redrilled.
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