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Who makes the lower steering column bushings? The one peice. I saw a set on the web (mopar site) a couple a weeks ago and can't find it now. I thought it was Bill Reilly but I don't see them now. doh
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http://www.reillymotorsports.com/gallery/showgallery.php?cat=510


I just don't have them listed separately yet. They're made from teflon-impregnated Delrin. I sell them for $29. Keep in mind, these are simple designs, intended for a floor-shift column. These do not support the intermediate shaft that the auto-columns have.

The up-side is that you only need to put some lock-tite on it and stick it in the column - it's a nice smooth, clean-looking install.
 

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Excellent Bill! So these will work as replacements for stock, floor shift, 68 a-body upper and lower column bushings? If so, I'll call you later this week. Thanks

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Just the lower one. The upper would be the little bearing just under your steering wheel. I don't have those.
 

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the upper bear can be bought by chrysler under p/n 02265656 for around $14.00 bucks
 
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