Tribute T Steering Column Kit
1923 Model T, Straight Column Type, Floor Shifter Location, Dash Key Location, Painted, Steel
- Designed for our Tribute T
- Accepts standard 3 bolt steering wheel
- Kit includes:
Tribute T steering column mount:
- Solidly mounts a 1-3/4" hot rod or nostalgia column
- Required to achieve proper column angle and steering box placement for Tribute kit
- Material Type: Steel
- Overall Height: 7.00
- Overall Width: 6.50
- Overall Length: 9.50
- Finish: Natural
- Material Thickness: .17
5/8"-36 spline, 3/4" DD u-joint:
- Full compliment bearings
- Forged Vanadium steel yokes and u-joint
- Highest quality for racing or street
- Features needle bearing u-joints
- 5/8"-36 Spline
Note: Measurement from end of DD shaft to lower face of column housing is 2-3/8".
910-32311 Instructions (PDF)
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