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I am having trouble reinstalling a steering column on a 1984 chevy k10. The race and bearings are not available any longer. I am looking for a diagrahm to ensure i put it back together again correctly.

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    I am having trouble reinstalling a steering column on a 1984 chevy k10. The race and bearings are not available any longer.

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There is no diagram only written instructions in the factory sevice manual, if you don't have one try Ebay.

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