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Old 03-07-2008, 02:41 PM
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Question Change from Manual to Power Steering

Anyone in here know how difficult it is to change a 64 from manual to Power steering. I have no Idea how I am going to do it or what parts I'll need to do it. To be honest I didn't think it was possible. I know I am getting bigger arms from steering but I have my eye on a crome Steering Column from LMC (I know, I know, not a sponsor but they have some nice stuff and the price seems pretty good for most of it). Anyone can let me know please do.
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Try the forum for your truck.
If they still used the fore-and-aft drag link, you might be able to upgrade with a 70's F250 4x4 power steering box, since they used a fore-and-aft drag link arrangement. Not sure if it works in the right direction for yours, though.
Otherwise, a regular power steering box could be made to work with some custom linkage. I'll have one coming up in the surplus/sale pile shortly.
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Thanks, I'll copy the post there.
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