Speedway Steering Shaft Inline Vibration Dampener
Universal Fit, 3/4" DD End #1, 3/4" DD End #2, 1.75" Outside Diameter, 4.00" Overall Length
- Solution to painful, tiring impulses that the roadway transmits through your steering column
- 3/4" Double D female input, 3/4" Double D male output
- Allows inline installation between steering column and steering box
- A steering shaft support heim is recommended near the damper for stability
- Bright, nickel plated steel construction
Here's the solution to painful, tiring impulses that the roadway transmits through your steering system. Each end accepts a 3⁄4" DD shaft to allow inline installation between steering column and steering box.
A steering shaft support heim is recommended near the dampener for the most stable installation. Bright, nickel-plated steel construction. 3⁄4" DD female on one end, 3⁄4" DD male on the other.
Approximately 1-3/4" O.D. and 4" long end-to-end. Adds approximately 3-1/2" to the length of the shaft.
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