JEGS 60738 3/4 in. steering shaft support bearing is designed for attaching a steering column shaft to a chassis when fabricating steering connections for on and off-road racing vehicles.
- Heavy-Duty 3/4 in. heim joint with .757 in. bore I.D.
- Overall Length: 3.750 in.
- Threads: 3/4-16 x 1.6875 L (Right Hand)
- (2) Nuts: 3/4 in.-16 with 1 1/8 in. Hex Head
Precision Fitment Support Bearing for Your Steering Shaft
JEGS Steering Shaft Support Bearing is a special rod end that is oversize and slips right over a steering shaft made from 3/4 in. tubing. This oversize bearing (0.757 in. ID) eliminates the need to do any special machining on the steering shaft tube & makes is simple to create a custom steering shaft for your racecar.
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