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    plymouth67 It be a lot cooler if you did...

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    Power steering gear box for a body, the boot on the pitman arm is tore so I would replace it. $125 plus shipping, located in Glasford il.

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    What year a body did this come out of? Small or large sector?

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    I think it's out of of a 73. Not sure what size, can you tell by the part number?
     
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    Can't read the part number, but if out of a '73 it would be large. Looking for one with the small sector for my '65. Thanks, Bruce
     
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    Its was a slant six car if that helps at all? What are you calling the sector, is there something I can measure. I'm looking at it right now
     
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    G-3643311 looks to be the part number
     
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    The pitman shaft diameter needs to be 1.125 inches. '73 and up have a 1.250" shaft and the hose fittings are different.
     
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    Decided to go in a whole different direction. Car will be sold and some investments will be cashed in to find the car I let slip through my fingers in 1971.
     
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