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Steering throw side to side of 68-72 Chevelle?

Can anyone provide the steering throw side to side of 68-72 Chevelle?
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Alternatively, does anyone know the effective steering arm length built into the spindles of a 68-72 Chevelle?
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Outside of the hose fittings, and the steering shaft spline, it uses the same steering box as the Roadmaster, with a 16 to 1 box ratio.
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