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Ididit 2201300030

Ididit Steering Wheel Adapter Standard 9-Bolt Pattern

535-2201300030

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$70.99
Ididit Steering Wheel Adapter Standard 9-Bolt Pattern $70.99
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Steering Wheel Adapter
  • Standard 9-Bolt Pattern
  • Brushed Aluminum
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    2201300030

    Ididit steering wheel adapters are made to adapt a steering wheel's 3-, 5-, 6- or 9-bolt pattern to the tapered, splined top shaft of a steering column All steering wheel adapters fit most Ididit and 1969 or newer GM passenger car steering columns. Easy installation with a single nut. .

    Features:

    3-Bolt Adapters: Standard size is 1.25" deep

    5-Bolt & 6-Bolt Adapters: Standard size is 2.5" deep

    9-Bolt Adapters: Standard size is 2.5" deep. Shorty Adapter bolting surface is 2" closer to the dash

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