Ididit 2305480040 1932 Ford 5 Inch Steering Column Drop Mount 2 Inch
Universal Fit, 2.00" Hole Diameter, 5.00" Drop, Aluminum, Polished, 2.00" Inside Diameter
- Has a 2" diameter hole and a 5" drop
- Features a polished aluminum construction
- This steeling column is specially designed for the 1932 Ford
- There are two screws on either side will detach to slide your column through
- They have been buffed so well that there is no noticeable gap between the two piece
These column drops are angle cut to fit the 1932 Ford dash. Fits tilt steering columns without column shift (2" O.D. tube). For these swinger style drops, the underdash nuts & bolts are included. Each swinger drop has two screws on either side that when unscrewed will detach the lower half of the mount to slide your column through. They have been buffed so well that there is no noticable gap between the two pieces! Each piece was manufactured in the United States by ididit. A hinge at the upper end permits an infinite choice of mounting angles. Polished billet aluminum construction.
- For tilt column without column shift, 1932 Ford dash
- 2 Inch diameter hole
- 5 Inch drop
- Two screws on either side will detach to slide your column through
- Polished aluminum construction
- Nuts & bolts are included
Note: Column drop lengths are measured from the centerline of the column to the column drop mount surface.
Note: Shift columns will require either a 2-1/4" hole or a 2" hole depending on the manufacturer. Non-shift columns require a 2" hole. Please double check application as necessary.
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