Steering Column Tube Bearing 1967-1972

Ford: C7SZ3517C
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Steering Column Tube Bearing 1967-1972
Steering Column Tube Bearing 1967-1972 Steering Column Tube Bearing 1967-1972 Steering Column Tube Bearing 1967-1972 Steering Column Tube Bearing 1967-1972

Product Description

Steering Column Tube Bearing for 1967 Tilt and 1968-1972 Fixed Steering Column Mustangs.

If you are rebuilding your steering column don't forget to replace this tube bearing. If this bearing is worn out it will be noticeably harder, when trying to turn the wheel. This original Ford factory product features the same exact specs and dimensions as the broken or missing bearing in your classic Mustang's steering column. Why bother getting aftermarket reproduction parts for your steering restoration when you can get original Ford factory pieces instead? Save time, money and hassle and order your new Ford (C7SZ3517C) Steering Column Tube Bearing today from CJ Pony Parts!

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Steering Column Tube Bearing 1967-1972 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Application range may be incorrect Based on the caption that it's for '68 to '72 fixed columns, I ordered this item but then I couldn't find a place to use it on my '69 column. I had one column I was restoring and looked at two others and none of the three showed any evidence of ever utilizing this bearing. It's great part and I had no problem with that. It just doesn't seem to apply to my '69 Mustang with a non-tilt steering column. I have a blow-up of the parts and there is no lower roller bearing shown. I've attached that picture. I gave it a low value rating because it is not applicable to the range shown on the website.
Date published: 2015-08-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not fit I am rebuilding the fixed non-tilt steering column in my 69 Mustang Coupe & purchased this upper steering column bearing & it does not fit, it is too big.
Date published: 2016-09-04
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Product Questions

Is this bearing the one at the bottom of the shift tube?

Asked by: Mabunimike7
I have rebuilt two 69 March I's and they both had a plastic (sloppy fit) bushing at the end of the inner tube and a soft foam rubber seal between the two tubes. I think this is to give some tolerance for the rage joint fit??
Answered by: MustangBill
Date published: 2015-09-15

Is this the upper bearing for an early '67 steering shaft?

Asked by: Vern11
This is the tube bearing.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2016-03-19
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