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Old 11-23-2006, 10:55 PM
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quiker ratio steering box?

68 Chevy panel wagon. Was not power steering, but uncle added later. Question is, is there a steering box that will bolt in from a newer model that will be more responsive?
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I think Classic Performance Products has a power/quick ratio conversion....
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I think '67-'87 2wd boxes will bolt to the frame, but some of the column couplings may be different. The hose connections changed around '77, but adapters or new hoses could be used. '73-up are supposed to have quicker ratios.

Might try a search at www.67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard
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Thanks for the replies. That 67-72 chevy site is great, thanks for the link.
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Try www.borgeson.com they make them..

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