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Ididit 2310600010 Dash Column Mount, 1957-64 Ford Full Size
Ididit 2310600010 Dash Column Mount, 1957-64 Ford Full Size

Ididit 2310600010 Dash Column Mount, 1957-64 Ford Full Size

Universal Fit, 2" Hole Diameter, Steel

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Ididit 2310600010 Dash Column Mount, 1957-64 Ford Full Size
Ididit 2310600010 Dash Column Mount, 1957-64 Ford Full Size
Ididit 2310600010 Dash Column Mount, 1957-64 Ford Full Size
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Ididit 2310600010 Dash Column Mount, 1957-64 Ford Full Size
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Hole Diameter:
2"
Material Type:
Steel
MFG. Part #:
231600010

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This underdash mount is designed to securely mount your ididit column to a 1957-64 Ford passenger car columns. Mounting slots are set 2 7/8 in apart. Each dash mount has two clamp bolts located on either side and when removed will separate the drop halves allowing you to slide your column through.

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

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