OEM Style Dash Mount Steering Column Clamps
Flaming River Dash Mount Steering Column Clamps are constructed from billet aluminum and finished in a flat satin or a bright polish. OEM style dash mounts can be used with virtually all factory applications to utilize a Tilt Column with an existing dash. Steering column mounting clamps with ignition keys offer a built-in ignition switch port or an ignition switch and 12-volt power adapter port. Ignition switch and keys are included with all ignition steering column mounts. The 12-volt power adapter is perfect for operating performance meters or just keeping your cell phone charged. The power adapters can be replaced with headlight switches or any switch you might need. Steering column mount shims are available to lower the column mount a certain distance, placing the steering wheel in a more comfortable driving position. The shims are also made of billet aluminum and fully polished to match the column mounts flawlessly.
- Made from show car quality billet aluminum
- Multiple sizes available to best customize the vehicle's steering column
- Available with option ignition switches and 12-volt power adapters
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