I'm really not sure how you can raise the steering column height. The
column bolts on the body on a metal bracket just below and behind the
plastic dash. You could lower it with washers perhaps but normally it is
set to what it is, unless some major metal rework is done. Its easy to
check - the three bolts can be seen right under the column - I think they
are 3/8" or 1/2" bolts. There is minimal adjustments - side to side or
maybe in/out but nothing significant (less than 1" I think)..
At 11:53 AM 12/5/2002 -0700, Bill Meyer wrote:
> > My 73 roadster has quite a lot of vertical 'adjustment' in both column
> > mounts, but this is a UK car with the tin dash and non-collapsible column.
>That's what I'm hoping is the case in my '72 - I may be able to raise it,
>then trim back the steering column cowling.
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