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Sweet Mfg. Steering Coupler, 9/16In 26 Spline to 3/4 In Round Non-Flex
Sweet Mfg. Steering Coupler, 9/16In 26 Spline to 3/4 In Round Non-Flex

Sweet Mfg. Steering Coupler, 9/16In 26 Spline to 3/4 In Round Non-Flex

Universal Fit, 3/4" Round End #1, 9/16"-26 Spline End #2, 26 Spline Count, Steel

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Sweet Mfg. Steering Coupler, 9/16In 26 Spline to 3/4 In Round Non-Flex
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Sweet Mfg. Steering Coupler, 9/16In 26 Spline to 3/4 In Round Non-Flex
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Sweet Mfg. Steering Coupler, 9/16In 26 Spline to 3/4 In Round Non-Flex
Sweet Mfg. Steering Coupler, 9/16In 26 Spline to 3/4 In Round Non-Flex
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  • One end is splined and the other has a 3/4" round hole
  • Coupler is 2" length x 1.060" in diameter
  • Spline is 9/16"-26
  • Includes a non-flex coupler

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MFG. Part #:
301-30130
End #1:
3/4" Round
End #2:
9/16"-26 Spline
Spline Count:
26
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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Steel coupler is splined on one end and has a 3/4" round hole on the other.

When ordering, select applicable hole size/spline needed.

Coupler = 2" L x 1.060" D

Item Details

Mustang II Manual
9/16"-26 Spline to 3/4"
Non-Flex Coupler

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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