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04-01-2007 11:40 AM
Power Steering Box Rebuild

Appreciate the tip.
04-01-2007 02:40 AM
Triaged Get some transmission assembly lube to hold the balls in the ball nut. They go in dark/shiny/dark/shiny/etc. If you can't tell the difference by color mic. them because there are 2 different diameter balls. Don't loose any!
03-31-2007 11:22 PM
Power Steering Box Rebuild

I'm new to this forum but am eager to get rolling. I am doing a frame-off on a 72 Pontiac Lemans Sport Conv. I'm looking to get pointers and advice on rebuilding a Saginaw close ratio box I picked up. I have a factory service manual and a seal/o-ring kit. Anyone have any suggestions or things to beware of or experiences doing this?


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