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Old 01-01-2009, 02:55 PM
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1979-1984 Toyota P/s Box

I have a 1951 ford f1 pickup & it is stock.
I would like to put power steering on it.
I was told that i need a p/s box from a
1979-1984 TOYOTA 4x4 pick up or from
a TOYOTA 4 RUNNER.Can anyone help me.
This is all new to me so i need all the help
that i can get.I would really appreciate it.
Thanks. Bob bj5740@verizon.net

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tnt-59 reply to 51 f1 p.s.

the toy p. s. box must be out of early straight axle 4 w.d. truck only because of pitman swing is same as old trucks made in usa, like yours. I have used this on my 56 f-100, but the pitman arm has to be orderd aftermarket to mate from toy part to f-1 axle. Can modify with welding skills by making pitman arm out of 2 ,but only for exp. Also must use toy p.s.pump to have lines work, can use american pump but you would have metric fittings on 1 side & us on other. otherwise it drove nice in my truck. I hope this helps.
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Toyo swap

Bob, see this article.
http://www.ford-trucks.com/article/i...60_Trucks.html

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Post a wanted ad at www.pirate4x4.com

You can probably find one free or cheap there since people will be taking them off to put one on that swings side to side.
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very nice article, glad we were both on same thinking & good luck. Would this work in 55-59 chevy trucks?
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Post a wanted ad at www.pirate4x4.com

You can probably find one free or cheap there since people will be taking them off to put one on that swings side to side.
Good luck! They are in big demand, and getting a bit difficult to find. You can get rebuilt ones from NAPA, but they are about $400 with a near $200 core charge!
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Good luck! They are in big demand, and getting a bit difficult to find. You can get rebuilt ones from NAPA, but they are about $400 with a near $200 core charge!
Maybe for you guys. I've tossed a few because I couldn't sell them. In the four wheeling world, those are a take-off part. That is why I recomended that site. What are you willing to pay for it? I might be able to find one.
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