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American Autowire 500428

American Autowire GM Steering Column Kit 1969 and Newer GM Steering Columns

073-500428

made in usa
Ships directly from the manufacturer on 10/22/19
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$9.50
American Autowire GM Steering Column Kit 1969 and Newer GM Steering Columns $9.50
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GM Steering Column Kit
  • 1969 and Newer GM Steering Columns
  • (1) Male and Female 3-7/8 in. Connectors
  • (1) Male and Female 4-1/4 in. Connectors
  • Inlcudes all terminals
  • American Autowire 500428 Details

    Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    500428
    Shipping Weight:
    0.13
    Package Height:
    5.9
    Package Depth:
    1
    Package Width:
    4.4

    Install or Restore Your Steering Column Properly

    American Autowire Steering Column Connectors provide the perfect replacement components for installing a new steering column or refurbishing an existing one. The OE design and modern construction ensure easy installation and many years of service.

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

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