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Old 04-09-2016, 07:34 PM   #1
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Column Parts Question..

So this morning I'm tearing down my 70 C10's column to repair and inspect (wouldnt cancel the turn signal) and I found why. The cancelling springs are broken, not letting it cancel properly. I'm on a budget and found this part:

http://www.classicparts.com/1967-76-.../#.VwmQ6ym0Y7B

It says for 67-72 and 73-87 (w/ tilt column) .. my questions:

Does it mean any column for 67-72? It's the only option I have when I look besides the entire assembly.

If it is for tilt column (which I dont have), does it really matter that much? Or am I okay to order it?
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1984 Silverado 30 rebuilt 454 w/ Comp Cams Big Mutha Thumpr, Edelbrock Performer RPM, Holley 750 DP, Dana 70 corp rear Dana 60 front on 35s w/a 6 inch soft ride. Been in the family since 87, but was a friend of the family since day one.
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Old 04-09-2016, 08:54 PM   #2
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Re: Column Parts Question..

you can just replace the springs if broken. Look in the help section of your auto parts store for replacements. Part number 49320
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Old 04-10-2016, 09:19 PM   #3
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Re: Column Parts Question..

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you can just replace the springs if broken. Look in the help section of your auto parts store for replacements. Part number 49320
What parts store did you get that number from?
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1984 Silverado 30 rebuilt 454 w/ Comp Cams Big Mutha Thumpr, Edelbrock Performer RPM, Holley 750 DP, Dana 70 corp rear Dana 60 front on 35s w/a 6 inch soft ride. Been in the family since 87, but was a friend of the family since day one.
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What parts store did you get that number from?
http://www.finddormanhelp.com/Produc...&cat=37&page=3



Sorry wrong part number pal 49312
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you can just replace the springs if broken. Look in the help section of your auto parts store for replacements. Part number 49320
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Thank you! I just ordered them.
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