1964-88 GM 800 Power Steering Box, 13/16 Inch 36-Spline Input
64-77 Buick, 64-88 Chevy, 64-77 Oldsmobile, 64-81 Pontiac, Hobby Stock, Power Steering Box Type
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Remanufactured GM 800 Series power steering boxes have a 16:1 ratio and were used in midsize GM cars from 1964-1988. Painted black and include -6 AN fittings to make it easier to fabricate hoses if needed. Pitman arm not included. No core return is required.
Note: Not compatible with OEM 45° flare fittings.
- 1965-70 Chevy Full-size
- 1971-76 Chevy Full-size
- 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird
- 1970-81 Camaro/Firebird
- 1964-67 Chevelle/Malibu/A-Body
- 1968-72 Chevelle/Malibu/A-Body
- 1973-77 Chevelle/Malibu/A-Body
- 1968-74 Nova/X-Body
- 1975-79 Nova/X-Body
- 1978-81 Malibu/A-Body
- 1982-88 Monte Carlo/G-Body
This steering box will bolt to and can be utilized with the following steering box mounts:
- 916-32005 Model T-1934 Ford Frame - Steering Box Mount
- 916-32003 1935-41 Ford Frame - Steering Box Mount
- 916-32004 1941-48 Ford Frame Saginaw Steering Box Mount
NotesUsed in GM mid-size cars from 1964-88. Uses -6 AN adapters from 16mm and 18mm O-ring. This is GM "800" box, NOT a "605".
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