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Old 01-17-2012, 06:02 PM
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'47 Ford steering column removal

need someone to tell me how to remove complete steering column form a 47 ford coupe

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I doubt there's anything special about it, if it doesn't have a rag joint where the column ties to the steering box to separate, disconnect the shaft from the box, disconnect all attachment points under the dash and pull it out. Be careful of any wiring that may be connected.
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It's all one piece from the box to the wheel nut. I pulled mine 7 or 8 yrs ago and junked it, so I can't help you on how to get it out while saving it...

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