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10-29-2011 09:02 AM
eloc431962 Welcome to the site, sweet toy's. if you post this in the proper section it would get better responses.

10-29-2011 07:53 AM
To checkvalve or not

Being born in Ft Dodge Iowa I need no excuse for liking mopars , I have a flatbottom with a 8-71 Dyers on a 440, and building a 36 Plymouth coupe running a 340 6-pak , Question, I am running a ford rack ( 82 bird ) with a gm pump with a speedway fitting in the pump that supposedly makes them ford rack friendly yet the steering is kinda jumpy? ( not smooth turning the wheel ) I noticed in the rack install instructions they mentioned a check valve used in the pressure line connection on some applications , can anyone shed some light on this

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