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Old 07-02-2014, 11:45 AM
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Help got scr#$%wed!!!

I just found out the owner before me had no idea how to repair something correctly and definitely hid this from me. He put new ignition cylinder in and when I noticed it was tough to turn and take out I removed and found this!!! OMG what an A-#@%^@e, I need help, can I buy the part that receives the ignition / key cylinder? It looks like he took a screw driver and used JB Weld and a new ignition to repair I got the shaft. I have a new ignition ordered and locks for door but I do not know if I need an entire new steering column or can I get the round part seen in pics that receives ignition, anyone help? If not anyone know where I can buy a steering column 95 F350? Thanks for the help!
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Old 07-02-2014, 12:20 PM
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Help got scr#$%wed!!!

I know steering columns are cheap around here at junk yards. They go for around $50-100. I believe they are all the same from 94-98 f150-f350 and broncos gas or diesel. So finding one should be easy.
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Old 07-02-2014, 01:13 PM
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Looks like someone tried to steal it or was stolen at some point.
Yes on repaired badly.
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you owe the PO a slap
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Old 07-02-2014, 01:36 PM
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Anyone have any help?

I looked at used steering columns here at salvage yard $300 after taxes, OUCH!
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ouch.... yes i have one
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Old 07-02-2014, 02:37 PM
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terry is it a floor shift and no tilt? I am pretty sure mine is non tilt. Send me Private message and hopefully we can make it happen. TY
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Shouldn't matter about tilt. It would be a nice upgrade honestly
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Bonk on the head with the effed-up column.

To the OP - try Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market , or craigslist or the classifieds here and on the other truck forums. Even with shipping, you should be able to beat $300.
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I just found out the owner before me had no idea how to repair something correctly and definitely hid this from me. He put new ignition cylinder in and when I noticed it was tough to turn and take out I removed and found this!!! OMG what an A-#@%^@e, I need help, can I buy the part that receives the ignition / key cylinder? It looks like he took a screw driver and used JB Weld and a new ignition to repair I got the shaft. I have a new ignition ordered and locks for door but I do not know if I need an entire new steering column or can I get the round part seen in pics that receives ignition, anyone help? If not anyone know where I can buy a steering column 95 F350? Thanks for the help!
for that housing from ford your looking about $189

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