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Old 11-19-2003, 07:11 AM
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Flaming River vs Ididit

About to purchase a chrome steering column for my 34 project. I would like to get some input on the pros and cons of each of these firms columns.

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Vince..... both of them are good companies with good track reacords....... my suggestion would be to call their vendors and buy the one that you can get for the best deal........
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Old 11-19-2003, 07:57 AM
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Vince, I used a IDIDIT in the 57 and love it. I got a good deal on it frrom RodParts Warehouse in Iowa. They have an ad very month in Street Rodder.
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I prefer Pick-A-Part. Column only costs about $50 and I can paint it any color I want!
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I prefer Pick-A-Part. Column only costs about $50 and I can paint it any color I want!
Thanks Willys, I already have a tilt column from an 87 Camaro, but I do not like the look of it under the dash, too much stuff to hide, dimmer sw, ignition sw ect. I am after a cleaner look and something that doesn't have to be covered up.

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steering column

both are very good. ididit has a lifetime warranty....flaming river has a mileage or time limit warranty ( cant remember which it is at the moment).
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Both good. I used the IDIDIT because I got a better deal on it than I could get on the River..........GlennK
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