Lares 970 Reproduction Power Steering Box
Power Steering Box Type, Front Steer Steering Box Orientation, OEM/Stock Steering System Type
No core required. Rebuilt by professional rebuilders. This model is perfect for the street/road course/road race for tight turn applications.
- Power Steering Gears are thoroughly cleaned and exterior surfaces reconditioned for like-new look
- Each component is carefully inspected and replaced if not to OE tolerances
- All seals and O-rings are replaced with OE equivalent parts
- Each unit is tested to insure OE performance
- Port Size #1: 5/8 Inch
- Port Size #2: 11/16 Inch
- Turn Lock to Lock: 3.25
- Input spline 13/16 36 splines (31 plus flat area)
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
WarrantiesLimited Lifetime Warranty (one year warranty if used commercially).
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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