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Old 09-04-2005, 01:51 PM
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62 galaxie ps options?

I have rebilt the complete front suspension on my 62 galaxie resto and have to do the ps next.I replaced ball joints,tie rods upper&lower control arm bushings idler arm & center link and the steering is sloppy. I adjusted the steering box adjustments according to the ford shop manual and am thinking of going with a Wurth-it design R&P conversion kit. It would cost just as much to rebuild the leaky ram cyl and ps pump, any ideas? mike
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Old 09-08-2005, 07:57 AM
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That conversion would ruin your resto if you are going for authenticity. However, if you are after a nice stock looking daily driver, by all means investigate the R&P. Should be pretty easy to identify the source of your slop by crawling under the car and have someone move the steering wheel. The lose joint should stand right out.
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The BENDIX P/S System is not that complicated to repair/maintain. Below is a Typical Installation showing most of the service parts. Notice the bushing kit at the end of the cylinder. It is small things like this (and proper setup/adjustment) that will make the system dependable and pleasurable to drive.



-FORD LINKAGE STYLE P/S TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE-

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