1947-59 Chevy Truck Power Steering Conversion Kit
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This kit lets you install your 1969-87 Chevy 2WD power steering box with a 13/16"-36 spline input shaft into your 1947-59 Chevy pickup. Included are the pitman arm, steering arm, drag link, collapsible steering shaft and hardware. Welding required.
These kits come with spacers and mounting tabs that are welded to the frame of the pickup to mount the steering box. The original steering column will require alteration and must be welded to the collapsible shaft included in the kit.
Installation Guide (PDF)
910-32132 (1947-1959 kit)
- This kit comes with a 13-16"-36 U-joint to fit the steering box. It connects to a 3/4" DD shaft which would connect to an aftermarket column or a "modified" stock column for this truck. The kit includes a special shortened reversed pitman arm, a special upper arm, a new drag link, plus the aforementioned U-joint and DD shaft.
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