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Old March 2nd, 2004, 12:01 PM
Nuke_lumberwagon Nuke_lumberwagon is offline
Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: East Central MN
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It sounds worse than it looks. I will end up with a steering column that looks like an early FSJ column, but with a better looking steering wheel and it will hook up to the late model shaft to the power steering gear.

I am doing it for a few reasons.
-to get a turn signal switch that will work with 12V conversion
-to get rid of the stock joint at the lower end of the column
-it will look stock
-it won't cost anything but time

A early FSJ column would be easier to convert, but they are hard to find around here.

A late FSJ column has very few parts that would be of use on the M715 column other than the lower half of the shaft and the lower bearing. Even both of these need some work to be of use.

Dan in Askov