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Hot Rod Nostalgia Steering Column, 30 Inch, Polished Stainless Steel
Hot Rod Nostalgia Steering Column, 30 Inch, Polished Stainless Steel

Hot Rod Nostalgia Steering Column, 30 Inch, Polished Stainless Steel

Universal Fit, Straight Column Type, Floor Shifter Location, Dash Key Location, Polished

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Hot Rod Nostalgia Steering Column, 30 Inch, Polished Stainless Steel
Hot Rod Nostalgia Steering Column, 30 Inch, Polished Stainless Steel
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Column Type:
Straight
Shifter Location:
Floor
Key Location:
Dash
Overall Length:
30"
Finish:
Polished
Output Shaft Type:
3/4" 36-spline
Spline OD:
0.75"
Spline Count:
36
Tube O.D.:
1.75"
Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Collapsible:
No
MFG. Part #:
91032442
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Our original Hot Rod Steering Column has been a huge success, but many rodders said they wanted one with a turn signal.

The Nostalgia Columns offer a similar vintage look but have modern GM-style turn signal, hazard light and horn functions built into the attractive bell-shaped upper housings.

Perfect for a wide variety of 1920's through 1950's era rods, as well as Cobras and other kit cars.

The columns measure 30" long and have 3/4"-36 spline lower shafts. They're available with polished or paintable stainless steel housings.

  • Fits 1969-1994 GM Steering Weel
  • Fits Grant Wheel with Adapter for 1969-1994 GM Steering Wheel
  • 30" long
  • Beautiful Art-Deco styling
  • Polished Stainless steel
  • Turn signal, hazard light and horn functions

Note: This column will not work with Speedway 9 bolt steering wheel adapters. This column will work with Billet Specialties adapters.

Application

  • Fits 1969-1994 GM Steering Weel
  • Fits Grant Wheel with Adapter for 1969-1994 GM Steering Wheel
  • Overall length from end of lower splined shaft to upper end of housing around turn signal assembly is 30"
  • This shaft extends past housing approximately 1-5/8"
  • End of shaft for steering wheel or adapter is 11/16" x 36 spline
  • Main housing is 1-3/4" O.D.
  • Housing at top for turn signal is 4" in diameter and 2-5/16" tall or deep
  • Wire loom exits main column is 5-1/8" below the turn signal housing
  • Wire loom is approximately 23" long and has the GM style flat plug installed
  • Wire loom has 8 wires for horn, turn signal and flashers
  • Lower end of shaft is 3/4" x 36 spline

Comes with stainless turn signal lever and flasher button, horn wire pigtail and spring.

Specs

  • Overall length from end of lower splined shaft to upper end of housing around turn signal assembly is 30"
  • This shaft extends past housing approximately 1-5/8"
  • End of shaft for steering wheel or adapter is 11/16" x 36 spline
  • Main housing is 1-3/4" O.D.
  • Housing at top for turn signal is 4" in diameter and 2-5/16" tall or deep
  • Wire loom exits main column is 5-1/8" below the turn signal housing
  • Wire loom is approximately 23" long and has the GM style flat plug installed
  • Wire loom has 8 wires for horn, turn signal and flashers
  • Lower end of shaft is 3/4" x 36 spline

Comes with stainless turn signal lever and flasher button, horn wire pigtail and spring.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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