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Steel Power Steering Box Adapter Fitting 16mm-1.5 IFM/-6 AN, 80-Up GM

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Steel Power Steering Box Adapter Fitting 16mm-1.5 IFM/-6 AN, 80-Up GM

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Steel 16mm-1.5 IFM power steering box to -6 AN hose adapter fitting.

Note: Inverted flare are used on most GM steering boxes through 1977. O-ring fittings are used later model GM metric boxes from 1978-up.

Item Details

Fits most 1980-Up GM power steering boxes with o-ring fittings.

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
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george954
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florida
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good product

December 28, 2012
able to put braided hose for my vehicle wich they make nothing
Yes, I recommend this product.
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anvile
byron ny
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nice and easy

June 12, 2010
no more getting an oem hose to work
Yes, I recommend this product.
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XexorZ
NJ
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Perfect on return line replacement

June 01, 2011
I have a P30 Stepvan w/ Hydroboost. I recently had to change out the power steering box and broke the return line (hard line) due to corrosion between nut and line. Replacement was only available via special order so this adapter and a simple AN6 to barb adapter saved the day - perfect. Note: Don't use barb adapter and hose on HIGH pressure end! Power Steering is something like 1500PSI or so I've read! Anyhow - great product, good price - Thank you SpeedWay!
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

2 questions : 3 answers

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Is this the adapter I would need to connect an 88 thunderbird rack to a gm 1990 and newer power steering pump? I have an aftermarket mustang ii suspension installed in a 1954 truck. I have a 4.3 vortec V6 installed with its original power steering pump. The rack I used was the '88 tbird rack. Can I use this fitting or any other to connect the tbird hoses to the GM pump.

guillen
Calexico, CA
September 20, 2013

Is this the adapter I would need to connect an 88 thunderbird rack to a gm 1990 and newer power steering pump? I have an aftermarket mustang ii suspension installed in a 1954 truck. I have a 4.3 vortec V6 installed with its original power steering pump. The rack I used was the '88 tbird rack. Can I use this fitting or any other to connect the tbird hoses to the GM pump.

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September 30, 2014
JABO49
There are two sizes of metric fitting for a GM after 1984. It will require one of each size to connect pressure as well as return on the steering box
September 20, 2013
Jason
Ford used different fittings on the pump for different years and fitting number 6174806 may work on the pressure side in the pump but the other end is AN6 which will NOT mate to an original Ford hose set from an 88 thunderbird. With Ford using different fittings for different models and different years on the pump the easiest solution would be to have a local hydraulic shop install the proper fitting on the hoses you have to mate with the Chevy pump. If your pump has the 16mm pressure outlet and a slip on clamp style on the return a hose set like number 91032535 or 6174835 would be a direct hook up as long as you have O-ring style fittings on the rack.
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steel or brass i dont want aluminum ?

chuck
mokena il.
July 13, 2011

steel or brass i dont want aluminum ?

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July 14, 2011
Jason
These fittings are made from steel
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