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Question 70' chevelle power steering box rebuild

I'm trying to rebuild a 70' chevelle steering box. its a saginaw model 800. I have it half way apart. I've got the rebuild kit and they didn't give very good directions. I've got the pitman arm shaft and gear out but I've removed the first two seals on the input shaft but cannot go any further. Is there some secret I'm missing or does anybody know where I can find better directions and expanded views. Thanks I could really use the help.

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See if these sites do you any good. I'm fixing to do my first one soon, so let me know how it goes.

http://www.pavementsucks.com/tech/steeringbox.php
http://www.partsmikeparts.com/sagina...adjustment.htm
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the pictures and steps are helpfull and the adjustment will come in handy but their rebuild was of only the pitman gear shaft. i still need to get in to the input shaft. normaly thats all you really need to replace but i had a little promblem while sand blasting and i still here sand grinding. thanks for the links though.
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