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I looked through the past posts but can’t really find what I’m looking for. I’m trying to disassemble my tilt away column for repainting and cleaning. Looks like a lot of brake fluid has been spilled on it and really did a number on the bottom half of the housing. Once I started taking it apart, I’m a bit concerned about putting it back together correctly. Looking for help in the build or someone reputable do do the job for me. Any help is, of course, much appreciated.
 

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Pictures, pictures, pictures as you disassemble. Make at least 3 of every part as you start to remove each piece.

And video yourself taking it apart if you have a 2and recording device.

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Yes. Spoke to WCC today and they no longer restore/rebuild them. I’m really looking for disasemblely/assembly instructions. Im open to someone reputable doing the work too. These things are a bit complicated.
 

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The bad thing about them is getting parts, NO one but WCC has them, if your lucky enough they might have what you need. and they are NOT cheap. I have done a few, never found ANY books on them. You will need a special tool to remove the [2] holding pins on the joint. VERY had tool to find, I do not know the number, but it is a 6-32 thread , on the end to screw into the pins, then you have to pull them out, with out it you cant get the pins out, you cant take the joint apart. There is also [2] small metal springs, you have to remove, they BREAK super easy. They are NOT a easy to rebuild, and NO PARTS.
 
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