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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-28-2008, 03:21 PM Thread Starter
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Stock rhino steering column "SHORTENED" W/wheel & Quick Release

I am selling my Steering column out of my rhino. This is out of a 2006 rhino it might fit other yeasr also.

I had this custom shortened so it is much easier and comfortable to drive. I also have a quick release adaptor and Grant steering wheel mounted to it all.
All the splines are in perfect conditionand the wheel is in perfect cond. The quick release works fine. It could use a little grease on it due to the desert sand and then coming home washing it took most of the grease away. But it works fine.

Like I stated the stock column has been cut and rewelded together to make it shorter. This work was performed by a profesional shop and TIG welded back together. this is VERY SAFE or I would not sell it to the public.
I have over $300.00 into this willing to sell it ALL as a package deal for $130.00 Plus shipping.








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How hard is it to pull out the steering shaft and replace it? I have never really looked at it before....

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How hard is it to pull out the steering shaft and replace it? I have never really looked at it before....
It's very easy. 4 blots hold it in and 2 bolts on the steering rod.
Less then a hr of work including finding all the right sockets and wrenches.

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you have a PM
I gott RUN TO DINNER right now but I'll PM you tonight. You got it.

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SALE Pending. with High Desert Rhino.

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SORRY GUYS THIS DID SELL TODAY......****SOLD***


Thanks HighDesert Rhino for leaving the cash and making it easier for me not having to ship it.

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Is this steering column still for sale? Thanks!
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