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Old 05-12-2007, 06:07 AM
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1950 ford tudor powersteering

Howdy everyone, I am interested in putting powersteering on my 50 tudor but I'm not exactly sure what all would fit under there. Its got a 307 olds, engine although I would have liked to have the fiathead. I really am looking for an inexpensive way to get me the powersteering I need. any ideas guys????? franken50

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Look at these guys kit.
I have only heard good about that company. I know the price seems a little high for what you get, but they are a standup company.,

These guys, on the other hand, http://www.ndgearheadscruiserproducts.com/id21.htm

have a 605 box based power steering kit, the price appears to be much higher than what is listed on the jamco site, they want you to buy a truckload of extra parts, and from what I've read and heard here on the site from several members, , it is the kit to stay away from.

Maybe you could find out what kind of Volvo box is used in the Jamco kit and make up your own bracket.

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A Cavalier power rack will also fit with not too much fabrication.
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Do you happen to know what year I would need to look for? Thanks, franken 50
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