Ididit 1120300020 Tilt Wheel Steering Column, 30 Inch, Chrome
Universal Fit, Tilt Column Type, Floor Shifter Location, Dash Key Location, 30" Overall Length
- Self-canceling turn signals
- 4-way flashers
- Horn circuit
- Aluminum dress-up kit (billet turn signal knob and handle tilt knob and handle and 4-way flasher button)
- Chrome steel finish
Measures 30" long from steering wheel base to end of the 1" double D shaft. Each has a standard GM 3-7/8" wire harness, 5-position tilt, and accept stock 1969-up GM steering wheels or our custom wheels with an adapter (sold separately).
- Column Dimensions (Link)
- Measures 7-5/8 from the end (steering wheel mount) to the end of the cone where the cone transitions into the 2 shaft.
446-1230C Instructions (PDF)
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