Flaming River FR1540 Mopar Manual Steering Boxes
66-79 Dodge, 66-79 Plymouth, Manual Steering Box Type, Rear Steer Steering Box Orientation
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This cast iron manual steering box is a bolt-in replacement for 1966-1982 Mopar A-body, B-body, C-body and E-body cars. The fresh casting is filled with all-new components and uses a smaller sector shaft.
Stronger than a stock unit, this box also has a quicker 4-turns lock to lock, 16:1 steering ratio, 5/8"-36 spline input. It's a great replacement for a worn-out original box and saves weight and space over a factory power steering setup.
Pitman arm splined end is 7/8"-14
This manual steering box fits 1966-1974 A, B, C & E body cars and 1966-1974 trucks:
- 1976-1979 Dodge Aspen
- 1970-1974 Dodge Challenger
- 1966-1976 Dodge Charger
- 1966-1976 Dodge Coronet
- 1966-1976 Dodge Dart
- 1966-1974 Plymouth Barracuda
- 1966-1970 Plymouth Belvedere
- 1970-1974 Plymouth Cuda
- 1970-1976 Plymouth Duster
- 1966-1978 Plymouth Fury
- 1968-1974 Plymouth Fury I
- 1968-1974 Plymouth Fury II
- 1968-1974 Plymouth Fury III
- 1972-1977 Plymouth Grand Fury
- 1967-1971 Plymouth GTX
- 1968-1975 Plymouth Roadrunner
- 1966-1974 Plymouth Satellite
- 1971-1976 Plymouth Scamp
- 1970 Plymouth Superbird
- 1966-1976 Plymouth Valiant
- 1976-1979 Plymouth Volare
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