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Old 04-02-2007, 11:21 PM
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I was in the middle of rewiring my car(huge project). I have the engine wired and am ready to wire to ignition to start er' up... It was then that I saw that the guy who had my Vette before me rigged the ignition wiring himself... So I decided to buy a whole new column. The problem is I don't know what length to buy one. My car is a 76 corvette. I'm buying a flaming river column and need to know the length. And before anyone says it, I know that I have other options to solve my enigma, but I need a new one any way for other reasons...

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Old 04-03-2007, 01:13 AM
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Please don't think I'm being condesending when I say this but.......Have you called flaming river and talked with someone in there tech dept. Also I just looked them up on the web and they offer this help http://www.flamingriver.com/p_view_i...tem_design.jpg
Give that a whirl and see if it helps Brian
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