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10-24-2002 05:59 PM for a column try an early 70's chevy van column, tilt is hard to find but they are out there,get the right year and they don't have a column ign switch. try a late seventies malibu-montecarlo for a steering box.
10-22-2002 06:55 PM
1960 el camino

Hey guys whazzup? I have a question regarding steering. I am wanting to install a later model power steering gearbox and I need to know if there is anyone experienced in doing this, that can give me some helpful suggestions. Also, what tilt wheel steering unit will work best. We prefer to keep things economical by going thru wrecking yards!!!(kid's first ride,tight budget) Thanks for taking the time to reply, Sparkybo

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