Steering Coupler, 3/4"-36 Spline To 3/4" Round Non-Flex
Universal Fit, 2.00" Overall Length, 1.03" Overall Diameter, 3/4" Round End #1, 36 Spline Count
- Designed to fit the GM Manual and Mustang II Power
- Coupler is splined on one end and has a 3/4" round hole on the other
- U-joint coupler measures 2" long and is 1.060" in diameter
- Splined end has a 3/4" O.D. with 36 splines
- Features an all-steel construction with a natural finish
Steel coupler is splined on one end and has a 3/4" round hole on the other. This Mustang II power rack U joint coupler is 2" L x 1.060" D.
When ordering, select applicable hole size/spline needed.
Learn more about u-joints and steering systems by reading our tech article. U-Joint Selection and Design.
Item DetailsGM Manual, Mustang II Power
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