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Ididit Retrofit Tilt Column Shift Steering Column 1973-77 Half-Ton Ford Truck

535-1150750030

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Free Shipping Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 10/29/18

$1,302.79
Ididit Retrofit Tilt Column Shift Steering Column 1973-77 Half-Ton Ford Truck $1,302.79
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Retrofit Tilt Column Shift Steering Column
  • 1973-77 Half-Ton Ford Truck
  • Wiring Plug: 3-7/8"
  • Output Shaft: 3/4" - 36 Spline
  • Brushed Aluminum
  • Specifications:

    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Neutral Safety Switch Included
    No
    Collapsible
    No
    Column Material
    Aluminum
    Gear Indicator Included
    No
    Hazard Switch
    Yes
    Telescoping
    No
    Tilt
    Yes
    Turn Signal Switch Included
    Yes
    Ignition Key Location
    Dash
    Column Diameter (in.)
    2
    Column Lower Output Shaft (in.)
    3/4 36-spline
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    1150750030
    Shipping Weight:
    17.1
    Package Height:
    5.75
    Package Depth:
    45.5
    Package Width:
    11.75

    didit 1953-79 Ford Half-Ton Truck Retrofit Steering Columns are made for Tilt Floor and Tilt Column Shift applications. The Tilt Floor Shift Columns are available in Ford Style or GM Style applications. Tilt Column Shift Columns include a neutral safety switch and everything needed to use your original dash indicator. For use with either 3 or 4-speed automatic transmissions. Attaches to the lower shift arm and requires a solid shift linkage for installation. These columns are available in your choice of paintable steel, chrome plated steel, black powder-coated steel, brushed aluminum or polished aluminum. .

    Ford Style Tilt Floor Shift Features:
  • 8-Position Tilt
  • Ford Turn Signal Switch
  • 4-Way Flashers (1973-79 Only)
  • Ford Style Knobs & Levers
  • Ford Top Shaft
  • Extendable Lower Shaft

    Tilt Column Shift & GM Style Tilt Floor Shift Features:
  • 8-Position Tilt
  • Self-Canceling Turn Signals
  • 4-Way Flashers
  • Knobs & Levers
  • 3-7/8" Wiring Plug

    Notes:
  • 1957-64 Steering Column not available in any style.
  • A pre-welded underdash mount is included with every Ford Style Tilt Floor Shift column
  • 1965-77 Ford Style Tilt Floor Shift columns include an extendable shaft to adjust column length to fit either a manual or power gearbox.
  • A pre-welded underdash mount is included with all 1965-79 GM Style Tilt Floor Shift Columns
  • 1965-77 Tilt Column Shift Column includes a neutral safety switch
  • 1978-79 Tilt Column Shift Column uses the original transmission mounted neutral safety switch
  • When installing your OEM steering wheel to a Ford Style Retrofit Column, the OEM wheel must be for the same year application as the column. Use of a different year will result in damage to the turn signal switch.
  • A stock Ford steering wheel will not bolt to a GM Style column or a tilt column shift column.

    How to Measure a Steering Column

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