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    Steering columns

    After changing engines I'm having to replace my steering column ,old one was cut to fit plus I think it has other issues. I also had to replace the manual steering box . I think its out of a C- body as it is a large sector 3/4" x 36 spline. My question is are all 67-69 A,B& C manual steering columns the same and only the lengths change between manual and power ? What I'm looking for is a manual floor shift column that will fit my 68 Dart and large sector manual box.
    Someone school Me.

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    While not exactly the same all 67-69 A-body columns interchange equally with the only functional difference the length of the shaft for power or manual steering. 67-69 B-body columns are also the same size, but the shafts are longer.



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    [QUOTE=Jim_Lusk;268657]While not exactly the same all 67
    Ok, so lets say I find the 67-69 manual floor shift steering column . These will most likely be
    made for small sector steering boxes . I have the large . How do I change that.

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    I didn`t think there was a difference in the size off the input spline I know on the Flaming River adapter I bought for my car is a .750 32 tooth spline you may want to give them a call of Firm Feel that's were I got my box

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    The input is different for manual and power steering, but did not change with the large sector gears (large output, pitman shaft).



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    Don't know what I was thinking I can adapt a Borgeson knuckle to it should work. Tanks Jim .
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