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Old 12-11-2010, 05:15 PM
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s-10 steering box

I have a 95 s-10 that I am building to drag race. I am not going to have power steering. However it has the power steering box in it now, but I have been told to change it to a manual steering box. What other steering box will work on a s-10? A Vega maybe, don't know. Thanks for the help.
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Old 12-11-2010, 05:41 PM
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Many of the 1980's 4 cylinder S-10's have a manual box, easy to find and will be a direct swap. Nothing else will be a direct swap, pitman arms or column connections will be different.
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My son's buddy has a 88 S10/S15 with manual steering, should be able to find one easy enough.
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What other steering box will work on a s-10? A Vega maybe, don't know. Thanks for the help.
When is the last time you saw one of those in a junk yard?
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cool that answers my question. thanks for the help.
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