Motion Raceworks 1982-1988 Chevrolet S10 - Sonoma - Blazer Chromoly Lightweight Steering Column - Race Only

Motion Raceworks



Motion Raceworks - 15-151-1


Starting at $35 /mo with
View full details

Racing Use Only, Not Legal for Road Use

Motion Raceworks Chevrolet 1982-1988 S10 - Sonoma - Blazer Chromoly Lightweight Steering Column - Race Only

'82-'88 Chevrolet S10 Sonoma Blazer Lightweight Chromoly Steering Column is the answer for your race car light weight needs. 

Please Note - This column is for '82-'88 S10's.  Will not work on '88.5-'93, we have a separate column for those years.  If your vehicle falls in the '88 model year please contact us.  This has a FLAT firewall plate. Later year '88 models have a firewall plate with bump out in them.  

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. Incorporated in the design is a 1/8" firewall plate to add safety in fire protection and sealing from the engine bay in the result of an oil or fuel fire. 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.

This column comes standard with a Motion Raceworks 5/6 bolt SFI approved quick release installed and welded.  

Add a Grant steering wheel, our very popular steering wheel buttons, or steering shaft to connect to the factory steering box.  All factory hardware is reused with this column installation.


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

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

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