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BORGESON

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Good Afternoon,

We have jumped on as a site sponsor to have a place to interact with our customers and provide as much information about our products as possible. We look forward to answering any questions you may have about our Quick Ratio Mopar steering as well as any other products we manufacture. Thank you and look forward to your questions / feedback.

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Pumpkinduster

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Hey Jeff,
I'm getting ready to purchase the 800127 with new lines, I already have a Saginaw style pump I do not need to replace the pump, right?
 
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Dart fan

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Good Afternoon,

We have jumped on as a site sponsor to have a place to interact with our customers and provide as much information about our products as possible. We look forward to answering any questions you may have about our Quick Ratio Mopar steering as well as any other products we manufacture. Thank you and look forward to your questions / feedback.

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Jeff
Can you help me with one of your steering colum u joint conversions .
I have a 64 GT dart with manual steering .
Thanks
Ken
 

BORGESON

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Jeff
Can you help me with one of your steering colum u joint conversions .
I have a 64 GT dart with manual steering .
Thanks
Ken
You can do a couple things here, we offer joints that are 3/4 smooth that you can weld to your shaft or joints that are 3/4"DD that would require you to grind two flats on the shaft to turn it into a DD profile. Your manual steering box is a 3/4"-36 spline. A joint 3/4"-36 X 3/4" smooth is our part #013464 a joint 3/4"DD X 3/4"-36 spline is our part #013449. I have attached an example of a 3/4"DD profile if you are unfamiliar. It is basically a 3/4" round shaft with two opposing flats .550" apart.

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Dart fan

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You can do a couple things here, we offer joints that are 3/4 smooth that you can weld to your shaft or joints that are 3/4"DD that would require you to grind two flats on the shaft to turn it into a DD profile. Your manual steering box is a 3/4"-36 spline. A joint 3/4"-36 X 3/4" smooth is our part #013464 a joint 3/4"DD X 3/4"-36 spline is our part #013449. I have attached an example of a 3/4"DD profile if you are unfamiliar. It is basically a 3/4" round shaft with two opposing flats .550" apart.

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Thanks for the info
I'll think on thus
 

BORGESON

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jcolman

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The stock shaft will work, you need to trim it and then drill and pin the included coupler to the end of your column shaft, we supply the drill bit and pins with the coupler.
Thanks! One more question, what power reducing kit do I need if I find that the power steering is "too much" for my car?
 
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