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Old 12-21-2009, 09:35 PM   #1
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Anyone have a diagram?
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Go to corvettefaq.com and look up Jim Shea's steering articles. you will probably find what you need there.



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I have looked through various Chevrolet Chassis Service Manuals as well as some Saginaw Steering service liturature. Not one shows an accurate blowup of a 1978 Corvette T&T steering column. However,
I can sort of combine the best of two Service Manual blowups that will come close.

The best single blowup is entitled: Corvette C3 Tilt & Telescoping Steering Column Blowup (1969-76 Shown)

It really is a C3 Vette T&T column before 1977.
It shows the telescoping steering shaft (parts 40, 41, 43)
The mast jacket #63 does look like the Corvette part.
However, it includes quite a few parts that were not needed on a T&T steering column like your 1978 such as: #66, #60, #58, #56, #54, #53 and #11.

There is a generic tilt column blowup that exhibits the additional features that were introduced on the 1977 and later Corvette columns. Those features; the key release and the headlight dimmer, added some parts
such as #44, #45, #46, #47. #62, #63, #64, #86, #87
and deleted parts from a Corvette T &T column as listed above.


Maybe someday I will get ambitious enough to actually try to cut and paste the above two blowups into one correct 1977-82 T&T column.

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I have looked through various Chevrolet Chassis Service Manuals as well as some Saginaw Steering service liturature. Not one shows an accurate blowup of a 1978 Corvette T&T steering column. However,
I can sort of combine the best of two Service Manual blowups that will come close.

The best single blowup is entitled: Corvette C3 Tilt & Telescoping Steering Column Blowup (1969-76 Shown)

It really is a C3 Vette T&T column before 1977.
It shows the telescoping steering shaft (parts 40, 41, 43)
The mast jacket #63 does look like the Corvette part.
However, it includes quite a few parts that were not needed on a T&T steering column like your 1978 such as: #66, #60, #58, #56, #54, #53 and #11.

There is a generic tilt column blowup that exhibits the additional features that were introduced on the 1977 and later Corvette columns. Those features; the key release and the headlight dimmer, added some parts
such as #44, #45, #46, #47. #62, #63, #64, #86, #87
and deleted parts from a Corvette T &T column as listed above.


Maybe someday I will get ambitious enough to actually try to cut and paste the above two blowups into one correct 1977-82 T&T column.

Jim
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I just picked up a tilt tele that had 8 pieces missing for 50.00. The guys
at corvette am. hooked me up with this co. in anderson,SC.
Corvette steering Tom is the man you want to talk to he has every part you need and at a good price I
hope this helps every one in need.

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2215 Mullinax Dr.
Anderson,SC. 29625
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I almost forgot his e mail is [email protected] mail.com
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