1955-56 Chevy Power Steering Column Conversion
55-56 Bel Air, 55-56 One-Fifty Series, 55-56 Two-Ten Series, 55-56 Nomad, 55-56 Sedan Delivery
- Use your original automatic column with a 500, 600 or 605 conversion power steering box
- Includes new tube, shaft and floor plate
- Accepts 3/4" double D rag joint
This kit allows you to run your original automatic column with a GM 500, 600, or 605 series conversion power steering box. Features an improved shift lever design and added clearance at the firewall.
Includes new tube, shaft, and floor plate. Accepts 3/4" DD rag joint.
- 1/2"-20 steering wheel nut thread.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Q & A
Installing a universal tilt steering column in an old car is a common upgrade. Check out this tech article to learn how to mount your custom steering column correctly.
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