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Borgeson 312500

Steel Steering Coupler 11/16" -36 Spline x 3/4" Smooth Bore

Borgeson 312500

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Borgeson 312500 Steel Steering Coupler 11/16" -36 Spline x 3/4" Smooth Bore $18.47
Steel Steering Coupler
  • 11/16''-36 Spline x 3/4'' Smooth Bore

  • Specifications:

    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Shaft End 1 (in.)
    11/16 36-spline
    Shaft End 2 (in.)
    3/4 without splines
    Steering Coupler Finish
    Natural
    Steering Coupler Material
    Steel
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    312500

    Often a u-joint can be eliminated by using a Borgeson Steering Coupler. A coupler, or adapter, is a 2'' straight extension designed to extend either the steering box, R&P shaft or the column shaft. The coupler can be welded and/or pinned to the unsplined end of a shaft. The 1''-48 and 1''-Double D couplers have a 1-1/4'' hole that will accept either an adapter to reduce inside diameter to 3/4'' smooth or another splined or 3/4'' Double D coupler. The coupler assembly would have to be pinned and/or welded together. Welding the coupler is acceptable because there are no moving parts to damage, and the coupler's steel is less susceptible to heat damage from welding.

    Features:
  • Made of steel
  • Makes adapting diffrent spline sizes & styles together easy

  • 312500 - Borgeson Steering Couplers and Adapters is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked with some modification. This was recommended to be used with the power steering conversion for my 55 Victoria. Splined end fit perfectly but the bore was about .050 to small. No issue for me as I have a lathe, just want to advise anyone else doing this conversion of the need to be able to reduce the diameter of their steering shaft or to be able to bore out the adaptor to make it fit. Only other mod for this to work was to shorten the lock screw so it will fit inside the column cover.
    Date published: 2017-03-27
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