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Thanks Cobalt327 re. Olds Qjet..
I will take a couple of pics on the steering box and maybe that'll shed some light.. so to speak.
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The firebird box, and the LeMans box are a direct interchange. You may have to use the old Pitman arm.
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i thinkthis is correct carb numbers here
350-400 automatic 7029268
350-400 manual 7029263
350-400 ram air and ra4 manual 7029273
350-400 ram air and ra4 auto 7029270
These should be right.
And thanks to you cobalt. that was a very informative sight on steering boxes.I learned something, so it was a good day.
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Here is a shot of where the leak is coming from.. Must be a small pin-hole friggin' thing that lays a small puddle sown overnight. Tried to put some sealant on it, but will go to JB Weld after I make sure she has dried enough.
It is the 800 box that I have and the Firebird box same thing.
Thanks for the postings guys! Great info!!
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There's a lock ring & seal there.
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Can that be compressed w/o taking the whole steering unit off the car??
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