I am south of Ft Leonard Wood about 1/2 way between Springfield and St Louis Mo.
I have been building this 67 since 2011, It was a 6 cyl/ powerslide. I gutted and blasted the car and then found the real problems. Floor, firewall, trunk, quarters need I go on. Long story short about 50 mil later plus or minus a mil here I am with a new old car. 327 / 700R with some SS trimmings. I am looking at the new steering gear boxes as I kinda like the ole stubs originality but want to get away from the slave PS as it is not friendly. Any input appreciated
This is our NEW CPP 400 Series Power Steering Gear Box that everyone has been waiting for..
Fits 1962-1967 Chevy Nova's
The compact 400 Series™ power steering box utilizes late model steering technology for your Nova. The gear box is a direct replacement for the original manual steering box.The 400 series helps keep the perfect alignment with the OE or aftermarket columns. The compact design is closely modeled after the original manual steering box. With its 13.6:1 ratio (2.75 turns lock to lock) it has the performance handling of many rack and pinion conversions without the need for extensive modifications. It has a ¾”-30 input shaft, uses inverted flare hoses (11/16”-18 pressure fitting & 5/8”-18 return fitting) & factory manual steering pitman arm. The perfect solution for your bolt on performance power steering need!
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