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02-23-2007 12:49 AM
KULTULZ The easiest and simplest way is to find the origion BENDIX P/S setup for the car.

If you are wanting to modernize, the WURTH-IT rack kit seems to be the way to go.
02-22-2007 08:39 PM
My first ever question, adding power steering

I would like to add power steering to my 58 Fairlane, Years ago i changed my 78 F-100 from manual to power steering and it was pretty straight forward, add pullys change box shorten steering collum change pitnam arm and that was it....I now have a doner 72 ford pu with power st. and a doner 88 Lincoln mark7 lsc. Think i can make it work with the pu transplant???

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