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Old 08-02-2015, 10:08 PM
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Steering Column Lower Mount

Just thought I would share what I did for a lower steering column mount. I wanted to make something myself and I wanted to minimize the size of the mount inside the cab. This is what I came up with and I think it will work great.

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That is some nice work...

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You do some Awesome Work! I would dare to say those could be sold easily as they look really nice.
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Nice work, turned out great.
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Thanks!

Thanks for the nice comments, I just wanted something different and something that would hold the column good. There is also a ring of rubber around the column under the clamp. It should help reduce any vibrations.
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Nice job and machine work.
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