The Dodge's original inside-the-frame steering-box location allowed for a straight, one-piece steering column. That's too long to be reused without major modification. Sessions opted for a new GM-style tilt column from CJ's Rods and Machines. Figuring that the splined end could poke into the engine bay no more than 1 1/2 inches and that the steering-wheel hub should end a foot from the dash, CJ's 29-inch column seemed right. CJ's also offers the column in 31 and 33 inches.