Function & Safety
Ididit floor mounts are essential for the function and safety of your steering column. These floor mounts fit 1-3/4", 2" and 2-1/4" diameter steering columns and are available in a variety of styles and finishes. .Features:
Adjustable Floor Mount:
Adjusts to fit any angle and secures your steering column at the floor board or firewall.
Adjustable Floor Mount with Trim Kit:
The complete kit offers security and handsome appearance as well. The kit includes an adjustable mount and a polished aluminum trim ring with installation hardware The vinyl boot is available in your choice of black, bone, brown or grey.
Classic Chevy Floor Mount:
Strongly recommended for all Chevy Tri-Five installations and mounts to the (2) original holes in the floor of a 55-57 Chevy. Includes a clamp to secure the bracket to the steering column.
Collapsible Floor Mount:
Designed to mount a steering column to either the floor or firewall (can be installed on either side of the firewall)
Collapsible Floor Mount with Plate:
Same description as collapsible floor mount. Includes extra material (trim to fit) to repair any holes left by the existing steering column.
Swivel Ball Floor Mount:
Is for aftermarket columns and has a side engine compartment trim ring. Available in polished aluminum and includes all installation hardware.
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