Howe Racing 5225 Basic 1.5:1 Steering Quickener and Couplers Kit
1.5:1 Steering Ratio, 36 Spline Count, 0.75" Spline OD, 3/4"-36 Spline End
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Howe Basic Steering Quickeners are made to meet the requirements of the job with no frills to keep the cost down. It has undergone extensive cycle and load testing to make sure that durability has not been compromised. Thanks to the alloy steel gears and unique tooth design, it is far stronger and more durable than any other small housing quickener on the market. It comes with steering couplers for easy installation.
- Howe Racing Basic Steering Quickener
- 1.5:1 steering ratio
- 3/4"-36 spline input and output
- Overall length approximately 8 inches
- Overall height from mounting surface 3 inches
- Height from base to center of the input 1 ½ inches
- Height from base to center of the output 1 ¾ inches
- Housing length 5 ¼ inches
- (2) Steering Couplers, Non-Flex
- 3/4"-36 to 3/4" round
- Black oxide coating
- 2" L x 1.060" OD
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What's In The Kit
Howe Racing 5225 Basic Steering Quickener, 1.5:1, 3/4 Inch 36-SplinePart # 91032203Qty x 1
Speedway Steering Coupler, 3/4"-36 to 3/4" Round, Non-FlexPart # 91031581Qty x 2
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