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Pin-Style Quick Release Steel Steering Wheel Hub, 3/4 Inch Steel Shaft
Pin-Style Quick Release Steel Steering Wheel Hub, 3/4 Inch Steel Shaft

Pin-Style Quick Release Steel Steering Wheel Hub, 3/4 Inch Steel Shaft

Universal Fit, 2.50" Overall Length, 2.72" Overall Diameter, 19 Spline Count, Steel

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Pin-Style Quick Release Steel Steering Wheel Hub, 3/4 Inch Steel Shaft
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  • Quick release makes entry and exit of the vehicle a breeze with the steering wheel removed
  • Tight 19 spline steel adapter reduces steering wheel slop
  • 3/4" ID weld on splined sleeve reduces slop and allows for welding to 3/4" round steering shafts
  • CNC machined steel hub accepts standard 3 bolt steering wheels
  • Zinc plated hub for corrosion resistance

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Overall Length:
2.50"
Overall Diameter:
2.72"
Spline Count:
19
Spline Length:
1.60"
Major Spline Diameter:
1.24"
Inside Diameter:
.75"
Material Type:
Steel
MFG. Part #:
91032853
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Each
Notes:
Steel hub and splined shaft. Includes retaining pin.

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The pin-style quick-release steel hub is a tight 19 spline steel adaptor that welds to your steering shaft.  Steel hub is retained by a steel quick release pin.  Available for 3/4 or 5/8" shaft.

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

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  • If you are confused as to how that new steering wheel you want is going to attach to your project's steering column then this buyer's guide should be your first visit before adding that new wheel to your shopping list.
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  • This article explains how to install a chrome column shifter into the steering column itself. We will help you determine the length of steering column needed along with all the parts required to get the job done.

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