I have the top of the column bolted into the dash bracket. Plus I just added the two support posts that bolt to the bottom side of the cowl and still misaligned.
When I attach the seal to the bottom of the column - the one that centers the shaft in the steering column, it gets even worse.
I should have mentioned- I just want to put the steering column in temporarily so I can turn the wheels to move the car around. But if I can’t get this aligned now, I can’t see how the pedal assembly will help?
I’ve got my steering column assembled and am mounting it into the box/firewall/ dash. I can’t get the mounting plate lined up with the firewall holes.
Quick summary- I am converting my /6 3spd on the column, to a 383 floor shift. I converted my 3spd column to non 3spd by taking my original...
Yes - standard colors available from Legendary but I had them make the seat covers in that combo. Since I needed a new interior, I had a clean slate and based it on the original paint color - dark turquoise metallic.
I’m converting my 3 spd on the column to a floor shift. I removed the steering shaft and upper housing from the 3 spd column. I’m trying to assemble that to a non-3spd column/tube that I purchased.
Does the top housing attach to the column/tube? Either I’m missing some parts or the column tube...
Answered my own questions tonight. After removing the split pin that holds the shift lever in place, the shift lever can be pulled out of the housing. The end of the shift lever also goes through the housing and into the inside tube in the column. So the shift lever holds the housing in place...
I’ve got my original 3spd manual steering column from my 65 Belvedere. How do I remove the housing that rotates with the shift lever? It’s connected to the tube and linkage somehow and I can’t figure out. The attached exploded view does not show any type of attachment.
2nd question- There is an...
I have a 65 Belvedere Sedan. Converting a /6 to 383 4spd.
I spoke to Evans and he told me the modifications I would need to make to your harness. Sorry to say I don’t think it’s worth the savings for me to do it.
Thanks and good luck on your next project!