Ididit 1120160010 Shorty Tilt Steering Column, 16 Inch, Plain
Universal Fit, Universal Mount Type, Tilt Column Type, Floor Shifter Location, Natural, Steel
- Unpainted finish allows you to customize them in the color of your choice
- Features the common 3/4" double "D" shaft and accept the 1969-up GM steering wheels
- Overall length measures 16"
- Column tilts for added comfort
- Shifter mounts on the floor
When space under the dash or around your feet is at a premium, these columns will save you a bunch of grief! These columns have the same dimensions and features as the other Ididit columns, but are about half the length.
The unpainted finish allows you to customize them in the color of your choice. The columns have the common 3/4" double "D" shaft and accept the '69-up GM steering wheels, adaptors and wiring harnesses and also use the "Swinger" drops on this website.
Use with the under dash mount listed, or design your own mount. Normal installation is two drops at the dash, attached to an adjustable under dash mount. U-joints, shaft and rod end bearings to be determined by the builder.
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Q & A
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