Tecumseh, Michigan, firm IDIDIT has come up with a solution for simplifying steering system installations in tight quarters. The Sidestep helps relocate steering shaft positions to avoid awkward U-joint angles and tight spacing around the shaft. It can be mounted on either side of the firewall, or anywhere in the system where space is limited.

The unit is constructed from aircraft-grade billet aluminum and features a double-roller chain within, to translate steering inputs laterally. In testing, IDIDIT has found that the chain mechanism withstands up to 10-times the failure load of standard OEM assemblies.

The Sidestep measures 3 inches wide by 2 inches deep (not including splines), with 3⁄4-inch, 36-spline output shafts. The unit is available in 8-, 10-, 12-, and 16-inch lengths, and in raw-machined and polished finishes.

IDIDIT, LLC | www.ididitinc.com | 517/424-0577

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