GM Tilt Column repair: There are lots of pages out there on disassembly and tightening the loose screws, this guy has a good page with pictures and info http://nastyz28.com/forum/members/spoonlt1355.8128/ This one was also helpful: http://forum.73-87chevytrucks.com/smforum/index.php?topic=12525.0 It is a pretty easy repair for skilled guys, I would say if you can rebuild a carb then this is easy, it you cant even change brake pads dont attempt it. When I took my tilt/switch housing out a bunch of little metal silver balls came falling out, I thought crap now what. The upper bearing retainer is damaged and will no longer hold the bearings in. Here is a picture of how it looked when it came off, it has been apart before. This 30$ bearing kit from summit was the right one for this column. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/...vdwTi0PukiaP3SV0p2-Tx5jAL9-3WcmQgExoCsFXw_wcB I tapped the old bearings out with a hammer and screwdriver, then pressed new ones in with a vise and 1 1/8 inch socket. All four of the inverted torx bolts were very loose, I think these bolts with this 12 point head suck so I replaced the factory bolts with stainless allen head screws, They are 1/4 by 28 - 2.5 inches long I think, the round head allen driver on a 3/8 drive socket works well for this, pretty handy little allen wrenches. Slathered them in loctite and torqued them down with cordless impact driver. They could even be tightened without taking the tilt housing off now because you can reach them with the allen wrench. Column back together and nice and snug but looks like sh*t with all the runs in the crappy red paint, then tehre ios overspray everywhere inside this car on the guages seats windows, etc.... I also took the dash out to dye it and remove the heater assy. what a mess.... Painting the column and front package tray while its all apart. its really tough to get it painted all the way down in there, Im going to replace the windshield some day so I will touch that up, it looks waaaay better though, I used black zero rust over black primer.