Sweet Mfg 204-06185 Lightweight 700 Series Steering Box, 6:1, .185
Power Steering Box Type, Front Steer Steering Box Orientation, OEM/Stock Steering System Type
- Will fit 1938-1948 Ford Frames (see list)
- This removes weight from the nose of your Modified
- Has a 6:1 steering ratio and a 3/4"-30 spline input
- Steering box is constructed from steel and weighs only 25 pounds
- It is nearly 3 pounds lighter then any other GM 700 series steering gear on the market
These new lightweight steering boxes by Sweet Mfg. weigh nearly 3 pounds lighter then any other GM 700 series steering gear on the market. This removes weight from the nose of your Modified. Constructed from steel and weighs only 25 pounds. Sold each.
- Lightweight steel construction
- .185 valve
- 6:1 steering ratio
- 3/4"-30 spline input
- Sold each
Catalog Correction: These are NOT IMCA approved.
This steering box will bolt to and can be utilized with the following steering box mounts:
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