Motion Raceworks 1982-1988 Chevrolet S10 - Sonoma - Blazer Chromoly Lightweight Steering Column - Race Only
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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.
THIS COLUMN IS FOR OFF-ROAD USE ONLY.
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!