Steering Column Rubber Boot Universal on 2040-parts.com
Wingate, North Carolina, United States
Brand:JJ's Rods E/Z Boot
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Manufacturer Part Number:JJS-32561916-1
Steering Column rubber boot cover w/ polished stainless steel bezel w/chrome plated stainless steel screws phillip pan head screws stainless steel (8) The second picture is the display showing the rubber boots mounted similar to a flat firewall ! This is a kit with one column boot and bezel with complete instructions NO BRAKE/CLUTCH PEDAL BOOT AS SHOWN IN PICTURES ! This kit fits a column from 1 7/8" to 2 1/4" Most common tilt columns ! They are available in different sizes ! jjsrods.com page 4 of the web site . This seals up the engine compartment around the steering column and not letting air come in the interior .
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