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Stallard® Chassis Steering Shaft, Micro Sprint Lower U-Joint
Stallard® Chassis Steering Shaft, Micro Sprint Lower U-Joint

Stallard® Chassis Steering Shaft, Micro Sprint Lower U-Joint

Micro Sprint, 20.75" Overall Length, .57" Overall Diameter, .75" Spline OD, 1.18" Spline Length

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Stallard® Chassis Steering Shaft, Micro Sprint Lower U-Joint
Stallard® Chassis Steering Shaft, Micro Sprint Lower U-Joint
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Overall Length:
20.75"
Overall Diameter:
.57"
Spline OD:
.75"
Spline Length:
1.18"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Anodized
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This steel steering shaft can be used on any Micro Sprint chassis. This steering shaft features 15mm-29 spline ends.

  • Strong steel construction
  • 20-3/4" Long
  • 15mm-29 spline on both ends
  • Fits Stallard® and other chassis with 15mm (.59") x 29 spline rack & pinions, upper shafts
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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