Steer Clear Steering Box Drop, Polished Finish
Universal Fit, Polished, 36 Input Shaft Spline Count, 0.75" Input Shaft Diameter
- Polished finish
- Available in five different offsets
- Chain driven
- Improved road feel
- Can be mounted on the inside or outside of the firewall
Finally, a solution to the age old steering column/pedals problem. This nifty box provides unlimited options for steering shaft clearance so a high performance engine and headers will fit. Allows you to safely reposition the steering column higher, giving you more room for your feet and pedals.
- Chain driven action
- Improved road feel versus typical U-joint setups
- Mounts on the inside or outside of your firewall
- Four reinforced through-holes assure a strong, secure installation
- Uses common 3/4"-36 spline U-joints and couplers
Available in 8", 10", 12", 14" or 16" offsets.
2006 Best Engineered New Product at SEMA
- 4-1/2" wide
- 1-1/2" thick (less shafts)
- 4" longer than the offset
- Uses common 3/4"-36 spline u-joints and couplers
WarrantiesThis product carries a lifetime guarantee to be free of defects in material and workmanship by the manufacturer, Wizard Fabrication.
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