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Old 10-27-2009, 01:52 PM
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Crossover steering conversion

I have a 1976 f-250 and I would like to get a crossover steering conversion done. Does anybody know of a reputable shop to have this accomplished at? Thanks.
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Hiya Zack!

I don't know of any shop because I can't afford shop rate. I do know a couple guys who do custom work for a reasonable price. One has a leaf-sprung SAS on his Yoda, with crossover steering.

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