Ididit 1120570020 1957 Chevy Tilt Steering Column, Chrome
Bel Air, One-Fifty Series, Two-Ten Series, Del Ray, Nomad, Sedan Delivery, Tilt Column Type
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Make your 1957 Chevy more comfortable to drive by installing a new Ididit steering column. Ididit tilt steering columns with no shifter will move the steering wheel back 2" towards the driver. Columns use the common 1969 and up GM wheel adapters.
- Self-Canceling Turn Signals
- 4-Way Flashers
- Billet Knobs and Handles
- 3-7/8" Wiring Plug
- 1" DD Lower Shaft
- Chrome finish
Wiring adapters for the stock harness are listed along with a floor mount. When using the original steering box, the input shaft will need to be cut and modified into a 3/4" DD.
446-1257C Instructions (PDF)
Item DetailsNo Shifter
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