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Firewall Mount Steering Flange Sleeve, 3/4 Inch Shaft
Firewall Mount Flanged Bearing for Steering Shaft

Firewall Mount Steering Flange Sleeve, 3/4 Inch Shaft

Universal Fit, 3.00" Overall Width, 2.25" Centerline of Holes

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Firewall Mount Flanged Bearing for Steering Shaft
Firewall Mount Flanged Bearing for Steering Shaft
Firewall Mount Steering Flange Sleeve, 3/4 Inch Shaft
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Firewall Mount Flanged Bearing for Steering Shaft
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  • This support bearing works well to support a steering shaft where it passes through the firewall
  • Allows for up to 30 degrees of misalignment making it perfect for a variety of vehicles
  • 5/16" mounting holes are spaced 2-1/4" center to center
  • Zinc plated for corrosion resistance
  • Choose from .750" or 1" shaft size

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MFG. Part #:
91032375-750
Overall Width:
3.00"
Overall Thickness:
.87"
Inside Diameter:
0.75"
Centerline of Holes:
2.25"
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Bearing housing is 1.59" OD

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This firewall mount allows up to 30° of mis-alignment. Includes ball with two pressed steel flanges with 5/16" mounting holes.

Choose 3/4" (.750) or 1" (0.995") shaft size.

91032375-1000

  • Height: .74"
  • Length: 3.00"
  • Width: 1.90"
  • Mount C to C: 2.26"
  • Inside diameter: 0.995"

91032375-750

  • Height: .87"
  • Length: 3.00"
  • Width: 1.90"
  • Mount C to C: 2.26"

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