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Old 02-15-2021, 11:16 AM   #1
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Tilt column, motorhome style, bolt in ready

$200 local, $250 shipped

Please respond in thread only per board rules, first "I'll take it" gets it.

Selling a motorhome tilt column. From a mid 80s GM class A chassis

I moved the NSS down so it's a bolt-in for your 67-72;
I used my multi-meter to adjust it, you may need to fine tune it after install.

The finish on it is so-so, decent for a driver or a good candidate for a respray. The bare area on the main tube will probably be covered by the dash gasket depending on how deep you install it. I do locate the NSS so you can install it deeper. Other scratches and wear as pictured.

Turn signal has no lever, your original will fit

Turn signal switch is tight and cancels as it should. Includes the pigtail with the flat wire end so you can modify your harness for the newer style switches.

Includes the cancel cam

The gray illumination wire has the green plug end on it

Includes a long pigtail for the Neutral Safety/Reverse switch

Tilt mechanism is tight and smooth.

The 4 bolts in the tilt mechanism that typically loosen over time have been removed and reinstalled with lock-tight.

Tilt pivots were cleaned and lubed when removed to tighten the bolts.

The bottom bearing was cleaned and greased

The upper bearings were cleaned and greased

The shift indicator bulb was replaced and tested OK, it has the green shade on it.

Shifter lever end (inside column) is good, pivot is good

I'm including the end of the motorhome shift linkage, you could make your own using this as a template.

Shift arm and adjuster lever have good chrome, they shine up well.

New GMC Paul's gear indicator.

You will need to add your dash and firewall gaskets, as well as the firewall plate.

The new gaskets will stretch over the shift arm. Old ones may split.

**I will ship it with the levers and indicator housing removed to avoid shipping damage**
There is a trick to getting the indicator housing and pointer on, I can go over it with you if needed.
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