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converting 1968 F100 4x4 to Power Steering

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1968 f100 4x4 power steering

Hey Nod, I could use a copy of the those instructions if they are still available (desertgorilla@aol.com)thank you in advance.
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bpuleo, I have done this conversion to my 71 f-100 4x4 and did not do any frame reworking.I have sent a download of how I did it to several members, if you would like to see how I did it send me your e-mail address and I will send it to you. Good Luck, you are gonna like this.
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Hey Nod, I could use a copy of the those instructions if they are still available (desertgorilla@aol.com)thank you in advance.
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Hey DesertGorilla, I am still around and would be glad to help if I can. If you go to the beginning of this forums posts you will see a post regarding power steering swap articles,click on that, then click on the last link,that is my article on how to power steer a 67-72 Ford F-100 4X4. Let me know if you have any questions as some of my numbers( mostly regarding one half inch bolts, nuts and holes) were lost in FTE's posting of my original article.It also looks like the diagram for the bolting holes at the steel plate have been scrambled around,let me know if I can make anything clearer for you.

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1973 F-350 SCSpecial 390 C6
1976-F-100 4x4 XLT Short Bed 360 NP435-In-n-out trans case
1977 F-150 4x4 Short Bed 351 NP 435 NP 205

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