Dutton Kit Cars and their owners
I think my options are:
1) fit 3 or 4 UJ's into the steering column and take it around the outside of the belt. This might add slop into the steering which would be bad for fast driving and track days but it would stop the steering column crushing my chest when I crash the car into the barrier.
2) replace the water pump with an electric one and keep everything else the same.
3) the same as 2 but replace the steering column with a collapsible one.
4) do nothing.
I'll check tomorrow to see what it would cost me to get you one of those if you want.
That other Vauxhall pulley in still on the shelf if you would prefer.
A Pinto pulley would fit or be very close to what you need James
I think in view of James history of trying to make love to barriers with a Dutton it would be safer for him to have a collapsible steering column with a rubber front end on his cars -:))