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Firewall Mount Steering Shaft Bearing, 3/4 Inch Shaft Size
Firewall Mount Steering Shaft Bearing, 3/4 Inch Shaft Size

Firewall Mount Steering Shaft Bearing, 3/4 Inch Shaft Size

Universal Fit, .823" Overall Width, 0.75" Inside Diameter, 1.630" Outside Diameter, Aluminum

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Firewall Mount Steering Shaft Bearing, 3/4 Inch Shaft Size
Firewall Mount Steering Shaft Bearing, 3/4 Inch Shaft Size
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MFG. Part #:
910102
Overall Width:
.823"
Inside Diameter:
0.75"
Outside Diameter:
1.630"
Centerline of Holes:
2.582"
Material Type:
Aluminum
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These bearings have a .757" ID to slip over your 3/4" steering shaft and are in a lightweight aluminum bracket to allow easy installation of your firewall.

From center of bearing to center of mounting hole is 1.456" or approximately 1-1/2". This produces about a 3" mounting circle for the 3 mounting holes. 

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Max misalignment is 25 deg. Bearing assembly is flat on one side and measures approx 13/16" back to front.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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