CPP VEGA-PSB Vega Power Steering Box
Universal Fit, Power Steering Box Type, Front Steer Steering Box Orientation, Cast Iron
- Has a 3/4-30 spline input and a 13:6:1 steering ratio
- Features 1/16"-18 pressure & 5/8"-18 return inverted flare ports
- Features a cast iron construction with a painted finish for added protection
- This compact design power steering box that is an easy bolt on alternative to rack & pinion systems
CPP 400 Series Vega Power Steering Box is a compact design power steering box that is an easy bolt on alternative to rack & pinion systems or the traditional Toyota box conversion for classic trucks. Uses 3/4"-30 coupler 910-32280 / u-joint 910-32293, Vega power steering pitman arm 910-23401 , and the 11/16" & 5/8" inverted flare hoses 617-4837 or 910-32525. This box bolts directly to the manual Vega box frame bracket with no additional modifications or frame bracket alterations required.
- 13:6:1 steering ratio
- Cast iron construction
- 11/16"-18 pressure & 5/8"-18 return inverted flare ports
- 3/4-30 spline input
- Sold each
Note: This power box utilizes the reproduction Vega power steering arm 910-23401 and as such, will NOT accept or utilize the manual Vega box pitman arm.
This steering box will bolt to and can be utilized with the following steering box mounts:
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