Nostalgia Steel Steering Column
Universal Fit, Straight Column Type, Floor Shifter Location, Dash Key Location, Painted, Steel
- Universal black painted 1-3/4" O.D. straight column fits multiple vehicles
- Your choice of length from 24" to 40" in 2" increments
- Quick release features standard 3-bolt Grant mounting for multiple steering wheel choices
- 3/4 Double D output shaft for easy connection via U-joints or couplers
- Adapter for 5 bolt steering wheels available and sold separately
We now have an affordable steel version of our famous hot rod steering column. The 1-3/4" black painted column still has a quick release steel hub that accepts the common 3-bolt Grant steering wheel pattern and uses common 3/4" DD u-joints. 15 gauge mild steel.
Note: Length provided is measured from the end of the 3/4" DD shaft to the face of the steering wheel quick release hub and is therefore an overall end to end length measurement.
- Measurement from end of DD shaft to lower face of column housing is 2-3/8".
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- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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