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I am rebuilding the steering on a 57 F100.Are there any differences in a 57 box and a 59/60? All I can find are rebuilt 59/60 boxes and kits to rebuild the 57.I can rebuild the original if I need to but would be easier to just swap the whole box.Any info would be appreciated.Thanks
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I am rebuilding the steering on a 57 F100.Are there any differences in a 57 box and a 59/60? All I can find are rebuilt 59/60 boxes and kits to rebuild the 57.I can rebuild the original if I need to but would be easier to just swap the whole box.Any info would be appreciated.Thanks
1957/58 F100/250 is the same, came with the Gemmer steering gearbox, also used on some 1959/60 F100/250 2WD's.

Some 1959/60 F100/250 2WD's came with the Saginaw steering gearbox.
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