1978-1988 GM G-Body Chromoly Lightweight Steering Column Race Only 15-190

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1978-1988 GM G-Body Chromoly Lightweight Steering Column Race Only 15-190

1978-88 GM G-Body lightweight Chromoly Steering Column is the answer for your race car light weight needs. Weighing in at only 7 lbs. with steering wheel. This makes entry and exit of the car much easier but also is an over 20 lb. saving over factory!

This column works with all model G-Body's including:  Regal, Cutlass, Malibu, Monte Carlo, Grand National, El Camino. 

This column utilizes American made and SFI parts to create a very safe and high quality column. This column is professionally tig welded using Chromoly material for weight reduction.

Bolting to factory mounts, installation is also a breeze. This column has a welded plate that safely separates the cabin from the engine bay for fire and fume protection. All columns come powder-coated Gloss Black.

Our steering column utilizes a split collar locking design to secure the shaft from the bottom, along with a welded washer on top. This creates a safe option as opposed to press fit bearing options on the market that can heat up or work themselves loose, leaving drivers with a potentially dangerous situation.

Includes the Motion Raceworks 5/6 bolt SFI quick release at no extra cost! 

Add a Grant steering wheel, our very popular steering wheel buttons, and a steering shaft and u-joints to connect to your factory box. All factory hardware is reused with this column installation.


Please Note:  We do not suggest reusing factory rag joints in any application. In the Options dropdown, we offer a connection to your factory steering box OR aftermarket rack and pinion options. 

Intermediate shafts come with upper and lower U-Joints, as well as DD Shaft. DD Shaft may need to be shortened depending on application. 

Learn more about U-Joints and Intermediate Steering Shafts by watching this video below.