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Ididit 1120550010 1955-56 Chevy Tilt Steering Column, Plain
Ididit 1120550010 1955-56 Chevy Tilt Steering Column, Plain

Ididit 1120550010 1955-56 Chevy Tilt Steering Column, Plain

55-56 Bel Air, 55-56 One-Fifty Series, 55-56 Two-Ten Series, 55-56 Nomad, 55-56 Sedan Delivery

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Ididit 1120550010 1955-56 Chevy Tilt Steering Column, Plain
Ididit 1120550010 1955-56 Chevy Tilt Steering Column, Plain
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Column Type:
Tilt
Shifter Location:
Floor
Key Location:
Dash
Overall Length:
31.5"
Finish:
Natural
Output Shaft Type:
1" DD
Tube O.D.:
2"
Material Type:
Steel
Collapsible:
No
MFG. Part #:
1120550010
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Make your 1955-1956 Chevy more comfortable to drive by installing a new ididit steering column. These tilt, non-shift columns move the steering wheel back 2" while the non-tilt leaves it in the stock location.

Uses the common 1969 and up GM wheel adapters and 3-7/8" wiring plug. Listed below are wiring adapters for the stock harness along with a floor mount. No-shift columns use 1" DD U-joints. When using the original steering box, the input shaft will need to be cut and modified into a 3/4" DD.

446-1255 Instructions (PDF)


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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • In this Tech Tip, a customer asked about the correct parts needed to set up the power steering system on his 1955 BelAir.
  • This article explains how to install a chrome column shifter into the steering column itself. We will help you determine the length of steering column needed along with all the parts required to get the job done.

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