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steering colum length

Good Morning All, I Have A 1954 F100 Pickup,with A 1968 Chevelle
Front Clip On It,would Like Upgrade My Steering Colum ,which Of
Course Is Already A Chevy Colum,with Power Steering,seen Some
Nice Chrome Ones On Ebay,floor Shift,question, Does The Colum
Length 28" To 30" Have Anything To Do With The Connection Below
That Leading Into Gear Box, Or Does That Measurment Just Pertain
To The Inside Of The Cab Thanks.

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Generally when i do a column i use a short van coumn on trucks. if it is too long the angle is wrong and your tilt becomes ineffective.....that being said the difference is made up with your shaft and couplers. I try to keep as close to original angle as possible. there is a pic on my journal of a van column in a 47 chevy truck. I like between3-5 inches sticking out of firewall.
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Steering Colum Length

Thanks ,i See What Your Saying.
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