<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by cody:
If you have a third gen. steering box(looks identical but the input shaft is smaller) then you need a joint from a late seventies camaro(junkyard) The input shaft on a third gen is definetly way smaller and the joint will not work. You probably need the late seventies joint. a lot of people take the boxes of of third gen irocs and TA's because they have stiffer steering, that is better for performance, and you need that certain joint to convert it, also if you do have a third gen. box the pressure hose will be different.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
you can also use the rag joints out of chevy trucks from the 80's, they have the 3/4" with a flat spot and I believe 36 splines female end that matches the third-gen input shaft, and also has the larger 2.5" bolt pattern that will match you're '69 steering column, my original '69 manual steering also had the 3/4" input shaft but had 30 splines and no flat spot.