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Old 11-08-2018, 11:23 PM   #1
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Steering Column

Do anyone have picture showing how to install tilt steering column on 67-72 c10 any help would be great Thx
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Old 11-09-2018, 12:58 AM   #2
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Do anyone have picture showing how to install tilt steering column on 67-72 c10 any help would be great Thx

It depends on what type of tilt you have. Stock truck tilt, van tilt, or motor home tilt. If your not sure post a picture.

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Old 11-09-2018, 09:14 AM   #3
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Re: Steering Column

Thanks for the reply I have a ididit tilt steering Column that want to install on my 69 step side I am also installing
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Re: Steering Column

Ididit has many different columns. There are direct replacement, or universal columns (both come in tilt, non-tilt, column shift, or floor shift). Direct replacement columns are usually bolt ins with no modififcations or extra parts needed. The universal columns might require the use of DD shafts and extra u-joint/couplers. Of which Ididit can supply all of those.

I installed an Ididit universal tilt in my 1972 GMC C15. Pretty straigthforward install that came with the correct plug in adapter for the wire harness. Instructions were easy to follow and if you have any questions... call their tech support. Super helpful.

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What he said. I can't help with the aftermarket parts. I've never even seen one up close, just pictures.....

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