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Unread 2015-12-19, 11:35 PM   #3
RyanA
 
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Pretty easy even if you have to replace the ignition lock and the collar that goes around the column. Collar is held on by 2 bolts that snap off when torque is reached. They can be removed pretty easily. After that, putting the new parts on is the downhill slide.
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