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Flaming River FR1498 1967-70 Mustang Manual Steering Box

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Flaming River FR1498 1967-70 Mustang Manual Steering Box
Flaming River FR1498 1967-70 Mustang Manual Steering Box
Flaming River FR1498 1967-70 Mustang Manual Steering Box
Flaming River FR1498 1967-70 Mustang Manual Steering Box

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Q & A

What's in the Box

Let's face it, that steering box is now 40+ years old and not as tight as it used to be. These direct replacement boxes with all new castings, sector gear shaft, needle bearings, and internals will make your car handle like new again. 

Has a 16:1 ratio. 3/4"-36 spline input.

910-32344 Instructions (PDF)

Item Details

Splined Input Shaft, 1-1/8" Sector Shaft

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