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Sweet Mfg. 208-12185 1964-88 GM Power Steering Box, 12:1, .185 Valve

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Input Shaft Spline Count:
36
Steering Ratio:
12:1
MFG. Part #:
208-12185
Input Shaft Diameter:
.81
Sweet Mfg. 208-12185 1964-88 GM Power Steering Box, 12:1, .185 Valve

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These Sweet 700 Series Sportsman power steering boxes have new quick ratio gear sets in them which significantly speeds up the steering. This steering box features new inner working components with a re-manufactured housing. Fits most 1964-1988 GM passenger cars.

-6 AN hose fittings. 13/16" 36-spline input.

When using a steering quickener, we recommend using a .185 valve steering box. Anything higher will be extremely hard to steer!

IMCA Approved 

Item Details

3 turns lock-to-lock, .185 valve, 13/16"-36 spline

Application

Autocross/Rally: While not for the average street car, these boxes work great in SCCA race cars or serious Pro Touring cars.

Dirt Oval Track: 2009 IMCA approved for Modifieds and Northern Sport Mods.

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do you use power steering fluid in a gear box? Im thinking about a gear box and was wondering if i needed to keep my powersteering resivoir for it or does it not use power steering fluid?

aaron76
December 28, 2012

do you use power steering fluid in a gear box? Im thinking about a gear box and was wondering if i needed to keep my powersteering resivoir for it or does it not use power steering fluid?

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December 28, 2012
Jason
Yes, this box will use power steering fluid and the KSE Elixer would be recommended or if power steering pump recommends a certain fluid to use
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Will this steering box work on my 1980 Chevy camaro and is it a better box then OEM?

mikeysfast15
United States
September 24, 2015

Will this steering box work on my 1980 Chevy camaro and is it a better box then OEM?

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September 25, 2015
Eric
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You will need to verify the input shaft spline of the steering box on your 1980 Camaro to be sure of fitment. It is likely that you will need a 3/4"-30 spline input spline such as steering box 91032517. These boxes by Sweet Mfg are built with a performance/racing application in mind.
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