Model T Keyed Steering Shaft Assembly, 3 Inch Stubshaft
2.63" Overall Length, 1.00" Overall Diameter, .75" Inside Diameter, 5/8"-18 Thread Pitch, Steel
For Model "T"s. Adapts early T style steering wheels to your existing shaft. Available in short (3" long, bored fit onto a 3/4" diameter shaft); or long (26" overall, 3/4" diameter). Weld-on.
- Main body is .999 O.D
- I.D. of main body is .749
- Turned down area is .748 O.D. x .764 long
- Key size is .189 x .607 long
- Threaded end is 5/8 x 18
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