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Old 10-15-2005, 12:07 PM
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column for a 56 f100

i want to change the column i have right now which is a 95 camro. i have a bm floor shift, but would like to change to column shift. also have a toyota gear box and power steering. i would like some suggestions that would work for my truck. i'm a novice at rodding and am learnig alot from the rest of you.
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I have used a GM van column..with good sucess on F100's before.
If you automatic is a 3 speed.......a mid 70's Chevrolet/GMC van works great. It is small, has the P R N D D2 D1 right on the column..has a neutral start switch and takes the very common GM car steering wheel ( and all the custom stuff for them.)




Here is one in my 32 Ford.....I use the van column in MOST all of my projects. I have 4 or 5 " in waiting " ......enough to last me the rest of my life .......doing projects.
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