Sweet Mfg. 208-12250 1964-88 GM Power Steering Box, 12:1, .250 Valve
Power Steering Box Type, Front Steer Steering Box Orientation, OEM/Stock Steering System Type
- Fits most 1964-1988 GM passenger cars
- Power steering boxes have new quick ratio gear sets in them which significantly speeds up the steering
- Features new inner working components with a re-manufactured housing
- It has a 12:1 steering ratio and it takes 3 turns from lock to lock
- IMCA approved and weigh only 31 lbs.
These Sweet 700 Series Sportsman power steering boxes have new quick ratio gear sets in them which significantly speeds up the steering. This steering box features new inner working components with a re-manufactured housing. Fits most 1964-1988 GM passenger cars.
-6 AN hose fittings. 13/16" 36-spline input.
When using a steering quickener, we recommend using a .185 valve steering box. Anything higher will be extremely hard to steer!
Autocross/Rally: While not for the average street car, these boxes work great in SCCA race cars or serious Pro Touring cars.
Dirt Oval Track: 2009 IMCA approved for Modifieds and Northern Sport Mods.
This steering box will bolt to and can be utilized with the following steering box mounts:
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