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Old 07-15-2012, 12:26 AM
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what steering column?

What steering column should I look for to install in my '48 Chevy Fleetline Aerosedan, it is not chopped. I have a Heidts Mustang IFS with power steering. I want an adjustible column with all the controls on it. My engine is 250 cid backed up with a TH350 which will transfer power to a Camaro 2.73 rearend.

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I would adapt a 70-87 camaro,firebird,corvette or cadillac , or if you can find a 80-87 mustang colum for the simple reason the 70-87 f-body colums came with tilt and all the bells and whistles , the 70-87 corvette and cadillac also came with teliscopic capibilities however these take quit a bit of wiring to adapt the 80-87 mustang colum would take alot less work to adapt and they had all the bells and whistles but did not have teliscopic capibilities the lincon continential, and mark 7 does but are even harder to find than the mustang. I'm sure whatever coulum you deside will work just fine to do what you want , there are also companys that do the coulums ready to go flaming river, billet specialties , etc however they are very proud of there products and as a good bit for them
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Old 07-15-2012, 10:14 PM
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Thanks Ripper410 for the info, I will be heading out to my favorite salvage yard in the next day or two.

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