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    Okibonoe Well-Known Member

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    Any update on the tight PST boxes? Any recent purchases with similar issues? Did the boxes loosen up? Thanks
     
  2. swinger1969

    swinger1969 Repeat Mopar guy

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    I backed mine off 1/4 turn and it seems better, so I';ll drive it a bit and see what happens. I'm ok with the way it is.
     
  3. Okibonoe

    Okibonoe Well-Known Member

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    What size are your fronts?
     
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    swinger1969 Repeat Mopar guy

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    If you mean tires they’re 215/65x15
     
  5. Okibonoe

    Okibonoe Well-Known Member

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    Gotcha.
     
  6. Swingn’71

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    After re-adjust working good now. About 500 miles. 215/70/14 up front if that helps at all....swingn’
     
  7. JoeDragster

    JoeDragster FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Having to re-work a new steering box has to be at the least annoying. I am going to buy a new box soon but I don’t want to put the box in and then have to take it back out to re-adjust it.
     
  8. PST

    PST Marketing Manager FABO Vendor

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    Any adjustments that may be needed are the same as the factory all can be done within the vehicle without the need of removal.
     
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    My PST manual box works great in my 65 Dart been going 2 years now. Dustin
     
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      Dragster, sorry I missed your post. Yes, as the pst folks said you can adjust in the car with out removing the unit. There is a specific order outlined in the fsm you would need to follow. If all goes well you shouldn’t need to. Swingn’
       
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      Awesome!
       
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