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Question Power steer for 65 RHD F350

G'day all.

Anyone got some clues on a suitable power steering box for an early, 65 F350.

The current box is mounted on the inside of the Right chassis rail, with the shaft going through the rail to the outside. (horizontally)
The pitman arm hangs down from the shaft, and pushes and pull the steering arm forwards (right) and backwards (left) to steer.

I've looked at a bunch of boxes at the wreckers, but none really look like they'd be easy to mount, so I'm holding off for awhile to see what turns up.

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