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12-22-2004 05:27 AM
RCastle Not sure if all the GM boxes mount the same or not,My Malibu is a tank and I have a manual box off of an 80's era S-10.
12-21-2004 12:32 PM It should be fine. I am using an even lighter weight aluminum Corvair gear on my 3000# Willys. Willys gassers MUST use a Corvair gear! I took it all apart after about 10 year of service to see how it was doing and it looks brand new!
12-21-2004 08:10 AM
Vega Steering Box

The Borgeson catalog recommends the Vega steering box for cars under 2500 pounds. I think my '40 Sedan weighs close to 3,000. Will that steering box still work good. I want to change out the old and tired Vega box that the previous owner installed.

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