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1955-57 Chevy Power Steering Centerlink Conversion

Specs
Overall Height:
2.75
Overall Length:
4.125
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Thread Pitch:
1 3/16"-20 Female
Notes
O.D. at pinned end is 1.375". O.D. at clamp end is 1.000".
1955-57 Chevy Power Steering Centerlink Conversion

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What's in the Box

So your car has the original power steering which is a valve on the end of the centerlink. Problem is they never did work right and made switching to a newer steering box a pain. To fix your problem you just unscrew the original power steering valve off the centerlink, screw this gizmo back on and now you can add a new 605 style power steering box and still use your original power steering centerlink. Neat huh.

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1 questions : 1 answers

1 answers

Hi There, Will this work on C3 Corvettes too? Hi There, I am wanting to remove the Power Steering from My C3 Corrvette. I have seen other types of power steering control valve eliminators and I would like to know if this one will also fit the C3 center link as well. Thank you.

Blazn8
New Zealand
February 25, 2015

Hi There, Will this work on C3 Corvettes too? Hi There, I am wanting to remove the Power Steering from My C3 Corrvette. I have seen other types of power steering control valve eliminators and I would like to know if this one will also fit the C3 center link as well. Thank you.

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February 25, 2015
EricM
This centerlink conversion is only listed for '55 to '57 Chevy cars and does not include C3 Corvette. For comparison to your car the threads on the female end are 1 3/16” x 20 thread per inch.
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