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    I have a 69 Roadrunner , I recently purchased a RMS Alterkation suspension system for the front and rear. If anyone out there can give me some information on either a MOPAR tilt steering I can use or go after market with either a I Did it steering , or Flaming River. I want to use my original steering wheel. No after market steering wheel. I have I Did it in another car I own but its not a mopar. Any feed back is appeciated.... Thanks
     
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    Did you ever get this done? I've been thinking about tilt and I'm looking at mid 60s GM, I need column shift and no key, these are high dollar and I don't know how hard it is to find repair parts but they look to be shorter than later model stuff and maybe can fit a stock wheel without it being in your chest.
     
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    I did it on my 60 Elcamino and it worked out great.
     
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    What column did you use? and how long is it from the back of the wheel to the dash? That is where I find most columns too long.
     
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    I used I-Did It, It was done back in 2010. But I remember cutting the steering shaft down a little bit.
     
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    I've not looked in a while, I'll check to see if they have something new that will fit. Thanks
     
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