Speedway Motors Demo Derby Steering Column Kit, 78-96 Fullsize GM
- This convenient kit includes everything that will be required to build a steering column for your 1978 to 1996 GM full size derby car
- A steel steering wheel is included to handle the harsh conditions derby cars encounter
- Also included are the correct u-joints, quick release, heims, jam nuts, and steering shaft
- Push button style quick release ensures you will not lose a quick release pin
- Forged steel steering U joints offer increased strength over stock style rag joints
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Wanting to build your own steering column for your derby car, but not sure which steering u-joint fits your car? Speedway Motors has you covered. We have created a kit for everything that will be required to build a steering column for your derby car. This kit includes the correct u-joints, a steering wheel, heims, jam nuts, and steering shaft. This kit fits 1978-96 full-size GM cars.
- (2) Steering U-joints
- (2) Steering Shaft Heim Joints
- (4) Jam Nuts
- (1) Steering Shaft
- (1) Quick Release Hub
- (1) Steering Wheel
This steering u-joint will connect the steering shaft to the steering box. Forged steel 3/4" 30-spline to 3/4" round weld-on steering U-joint.
- 3/4" 30 spline to 3/4" round
- Quantity 1
The next steering u-joint will connect the lower steering shaft to the upper steering shaft. Don't jeopardize your safety with inferior quality steering components. Speedway offers only the finest steering u-joints available. Made by Sweet Manufacturing. These steering universal joints have 3/4 weld-on ends.
- 3/4" round to 3/4" round
Steering Shaft Heim Joints:
3/4" heim for steering shaft support. Slides right over standard 3/4" steering shaft. 3/4"-16 right hand threads.
- .757" Ball hole
- Quantity 2
Plain steel fine thread jam nut.Special half thickness nuts for securing steering heims to a panel or flange.
- Quantity 4
Speedway steering shaft is made for you to cut-to-fit. This steering shaft entails:
- 3/4" O.D.
- 1018 solid steel steering shaft
- Quantity 1
Quick Release Hub:
These quick release hubs come with a one-piece hex steel sleeve that must be welded to your steering column. Features a spring-loaded push button release. Bolt holes for mounting steering wheel are 1/4"-20 thread.
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What's In The Kit
Sweet U-Joint 3/4 - 30 Spline to 3/4 Round, Small GM P/S 78-UpPart # 91032238-PLNQty x 1
Sweet Mfg Steering U-Joint, 3/4 In Round to 3/4 In Round, UniversalPart # 91032234Qty x 1
Steel Heim Joint Rod Ends for Steering Shaft, 3/4-16 RH Male .757 HolePart # 1750757Qty x 2
Thin Steel Jam Nuts, 3/4-16 RHPart # 1750247Qty x 4
Universal 3/4 Inch OD Solid Steering Shaft/Racing Column, 72 InchPart # 91632200-72Qty x 1
Speedway Hex Steering Wheel Quick-Release Assembly, 3/4 Inch, BlackPart # 91032847-BLKQty x 1
Black 3-Spoke 15 Dia, Cushion Grip Steering Wheel, 2.75 Inch DishPart # 60409020-BLKQty x 1
Steering Wheel BoltsPart # 910372Qty x 1
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