Nostalgia 3-1/2 Inch Steering Column Drop, 1-1/2 Inch Hole w/ Shift
Universal Fit, 1.50" Hole Diameter, 3.50" Drop, Aluminum, Polished, 1.50" Inside Diameter
Beautifully polished cast aluminum steering column drop for early Ford steering columns (1-1/2" diameter tube) with column shift. Can be reworked to fit other makes of cars.
Note: Column drop length shown is measured from the centerline of the column to the column drop mount surface.
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