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Double-jointed steering column shaft section from Triumph 2000 Mk2

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rkhmarin
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Double-jointed steering column shaft section from Triumph 2000 Mk2

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I am doing rack swap on my sp250 and currently looking for double-jointed steering column shaft section from Triumph 2000 Mk2. This is approx 16” long with universal joints both ends, one splined on.

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Re: Double-jointed steering column shaft section from Triumph 2000 Mk2

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Try Chris Witor in the UK.
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