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horriblehoog
    
How do I move the steering column on a 53 bel air
I was recently told in order to remove the stock 6cylnder engine in my bel air and replace it with a V8 I am going to have to move the steering column. Is this true and if it is how would i do that.

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Horrible hoog
posted: November 24, 2008
 
    
 
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rustysouth
    
you don't have to move the "steering column" inside the car. you might have to reroute the steering rod under the hood ,from the fire wall to the steering box, depending on what type of V8 you want. check out a place called ( ididit ) i did it, they might can help you.
posted:  December 16, 2008
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