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01-30-2011 06:06 PM
poncho62 welcome....Probably best to ask your question in the steering section of the board...thanks
01-30-2011 06:04 PM
eloc431962 Welcome to the site. Got any pics of your rides ?

01-30-2011 06:02 PM
1957 Chevy Belair wagon steering column

Hi, I'm Donnie Wingate and I live in Fort Meade, Florida. I have a few cars at this time: 1949 Studebaker truck, 1937 Ford coupe, 1936 Chevy pickup, 1958 Anglia, and the one I'm working on now is a 1957 chevy Belair wagon. Does anyone know if there is steering tilt column that will fit out of an old car besides an Ididit. It now has a Ididit, it works but it is too long. Needs something shorter.

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