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Rebco Quick Release Hubs 270-8630

Steering Wheel Quick-Disconnect, Pinless, Squeeze Release, Weld On, 3/4 in. Shaft, Each

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Brand: Rebco

Manufacturer's Part Number: 270-8630

Part Type: Steering Wheel Quick Disconnects

Product Line: Rebco Quick Release Hubs

Summit Racing Part Number: REB-270-8630

Steering Wheel Type: 3-bolt aftermarket

Shaft Attachment Style: Weld-on

Shaft Diameter (in): 0.750 in.

Steering Wheel Release Style: Pinless-type, pull to release

Quick-Release Material: Steel

Quick-Release Finish: Red

Quantity: Sold individually.

Notes: Welding required.

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These quick-release hubs from Rebco allow the steering wheel to be removed quickly in case of an emergency. They're required by most racing sanctioning bodies. Welding is required.


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I bought this based on the price and b/c the reviews online mentioned zero slop between the hub and the stub. My experience with this QR hub was the same. I'd buy this again if I needed another QR hub. The only complication I had was that the stub has an ID of 0.75" and my steering shaft has an OD of 0.70". Therefore, I needed to lathe out a shim to fill in the difference before welding the stub to the steering shaft. more

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Reviewer: PACHAI from CA

Date: March 11, 2014

Ease of Installation

Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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