Here are pics of my column from a '86 GMC van. I made a collar to bolt
down on the inside of the cab floor. Once I got it positioned where I
wanted it, I welded the collar to the column. On the dash, the original
support is used unchanged.
Hope this helps.
>I have the same column (77 van) and I'm using the original column mount
>under the dash with the rubber removed. (fits perfect) I'll probably
>fabricate something for the floor. Please send pictures if you can when
>you get it setup :)
>>>Greetings to all,
>>>As part of the upgrade to a MII suspension, I am replacing the steering
>>>column on my '53 3100 for that of a Chevy van (unknown vintage, auto
>>>shifter, no ignition switch, tilt). Anyone that can provide advise on
>>>building column supports (to attach it to the dash and to affix it to
>>>floor), and properly sealing the floor around it once is installed would
>>>I would like to know if there are any other list members in the Memphis
>>>area. This is my first attempt at building a rod (including learning to
>>>weld!), it has been a ton of fun so far, but there are times a second
>>>opinion would be most welcome.
>>>oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959