Photo Request - Steering Column Support Brackets

1968 -1970 Mopars

  1. Detroit Iron

    Detroit Iron Well-Known Member

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    I'm looking for a photo of the brackets that are behind the dash that support steering column. My friend didn't document before disassembly. I think any '68-'70 B body will do. Thank you.

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    upload_2020-1-4_18-41-41.jpeg images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQJFbLQoOWj_M2KGYbEIK00_WQTHSuxtUZ-kTaKBJFQrwqJ1jNT4Q&s.jpg 4 bolts on bottom bracket
     
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    What angle are you looking for? I have the dash frame here. But it's not in the car. So I can only get a shot from the frame area not attaching to the car. Let me know.
     
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    Any photo will do since I'm pretty much at a loss now for how they go. Thanks!
     
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    Ok my man give me a minute. I have to resize them first. Be right back.
     
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    Out of a '70 GTX, Hopes this helps.

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    Here you go I hope this helps. You should be able to see where the rods go. Then put them in the correct orientation and you should be able to figure out the rest. Let me know if you need any certain angles.

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    Look at that. More rods than at a chipindale show.
     
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      Am I missing a rod?? Automatic car eh PLUMHEMI ? Auto brake pedal.
       
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      Excellent!
       
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      Right, automatic with console, power steering.
       
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      Here are some from my 69 Bee. It's a 4-soeed setup, but the whole right side would be the same as an auto.

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