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  • Pin - Locking Pawl - Tilt / Tilt Away - 2 Pin Set - Repro ~ 1967 - 1969 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1969 Ford Mustang - 15-0156
  • Pin - Locking Pawl - Tilt / Tilt Away - 2 Pin Set - Repro ~ 1967 - 1969 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1969 Ford Mustang - 15-0156
  • Pin - Locking Pawl - Tilt / Tilt Away - 2 Pin Set - Repro ~ 1967 - 1969 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1969 Ford Mustang - 15-0156
  • Pin - Locking Pawl - Tilt / Tilt Away - 2 Pin Set - Repro ~ 1967 - 1969 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1969 Ford Mustang - 15-0156

Item #: 15-0156

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Price: $44.85
    Cost: 3588
    Earns: 45
    Bonus: 0

    Availability:

    Out of Stock, On Order - Less than 2 Weeks, Unless Supplier is Backordered

    1967 Cougar Owners:

    To view our exploded view interactive diagram of the tilt steering column parts, click here.


    Locking pawl catch pin for your 67-69 tilt steering column for all Lincoln - Mercury - Ford products. This is an improved reproduction with cir-clips to prevent movement, avoiding damage to you locking pawl. These shafts are notorious for working their way out of place with normal use. Once the pin works its way out the locking pawl will not be aligned with the teeth and the cast part will break under pressure. Upgrading to these parts can avoid several hundred dollars in damage. These precision parts are made from drill bit blanks and will never fail. Lifetime warranty, 2 required per car, both included in this set.

    Check out our tilt-related videos below, including this one on how to replace the pin:


    Specifications:
    Weight: 0.01 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (4.88 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 4 Review(s).

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    perfect fit, great job improving on a flawed design. Make sure you watch the video and take the time to clean up all the old grease.

    Innovative Solution

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    4.50 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    A good solution to the problem of the pins coming out on a tilt wheel. Obviously it’s not concours correct, but it can’t be seen so I still gave it 3 stars.

    New York

    Locking tilt pins work perfectly!

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Thanks for the video showing how the pins on the tilt columns work loose. The pins were half out on mine when I took the steering column apart, but fortunately the teeth were not damaged. The new pins fit perfectly, and I had to problem putting the clips on. I highly recommend these!

    Las Vegas

    Fantastic product

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    After watching the video regarding Tilt column problems, I slid the cover up as instructed and checked the pins on my column. Sure enough, they were half way out of their proper location. I ordered the WCCC pins and have replaced both using the technique illustrated in the video. Thanks WCCC, I know I would've been trying to fix this problem in a couple of months...not on my work bench.

    Number of questions: 0
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    1967 Cougar Owners:

    To view our exploded view interactive diagram of the tilt steering column parts, click here.


    Locking pawl catch pin for your 67-69 tilt steering column for all Lincoln - Mercury - Ford products. This is an improved reproduction with cir-clips to prevent movement, avoiding damage to you locking pawl. These shafts are notorious for working their way out of place with normal use. Once the pin works its way out the locking pawl will not be aligned with the teeth and the cast part will break under pressure. Upgrading to these parts can avoid several hundred dollars in damage. These precision parts are made from drill bit blanks and will never fail. Lifetime warranty, 2 required per car, both included in this set.

    Check out our tilt-related videos below, including this one on how to replace the pin:


    Specifications:
    Weight: 0.01 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (4.88 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 4 Review(s).

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    perfect fit, great job improving on a flawed design. Make sure you watch the video and take the time to clean up all the old grease.

    Innovative Solution

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    4.50 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    A good solution to the problem of the pins coming out on a tilt wheel. Obviously it’s not concours correct, but it can’t be seen so I still gave it 3 stars.

    New York

    Locking tilt pins work perfectly!

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Thanks for the video showing how the pins on the tilt columns work loose. The pins were half out on mine when I took the steering column apart, but fortunately the teeth were not damaged. The new pins fit perfectly, and I had to problem putting the clips on. I highly recommend these!

    Las Vegas

    Fantastic product

    Material:
    Fit:
    Craftsmanship:
    Correctness:
    5.00 out of 5
    Pros:
    Cons:
    After watching the video regarding Tilt column problems, I slid the cover up as instructed and checked the pins on my column. Sure enough, they were half way out of their proper location. I ordered the WCCC pins and have replaced both using the technique illustrated in the video. Thanks WCCC, I know I would've been trying to fix this problem in a couple of months...not on my work bench.

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