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Thanks for the response Garbz. Sorry but like I said I am new to this forum and ANY online forum for that matter and wanted to get input from you and others like Mark63F100, etc. who had more experience with this power steering swap. From your response I am eithier being stupid or have everthing figured out. Could you please toss a guy a bone and provide some guidance.
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Thanks for the response Garbz. Sorry but like I said I am new to this forum and ANY online forum for that matter and wanted to get input from you and others like Mark63F100, etc. who had more experience with this power steering swap. From your response I am eithier being stupid or have everthing figured out. Could you please toss a guy a bone and provide some guidance.
LOL, I replied to the guy from 2009.........

And realized it.

Look to the other two posts on PS where i detail it out a bit. Don't over think it. Hardest part is making the angular mount.

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Garbz was telling be about the assist kits Ford dealers put on the straight axle trucks.
Yes, Garbz is correct, Ford dealers once sold these back in the day.Click the image to open in full size.[/URL]
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Did you use the the whole colum and gear box. And if so how did it bolt up.It can't be the same bolt pattern can it?What about the pitman arm?Look forward to hearing from you thanks Jeff
Hello, I was wondering if you decided to go with the power steering from the Toyota & if so would u share the details. I recently picked up a 64 F100 and I'm interested in getting power steering.
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