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Hi, i bought a 1965 Chevy II with a CPP front mini subframe kit and standard steering and what I think is the stock steering arms. I installed a CPP 400 (I think) power box which came with a pump. i also took it to an alignment shop and while it steers better, it’s still not great. It still has the binding issues which seem like the car want to go where it wants to go. The CPP catalog suggests changing the steering arm when upgrading to their power box. Has anyone experienced a similar problem, and if so, did replacing the steering arm help.
I also read about some people who have had the same issue where if you lift on the car it stays up. Is that common with the CPP suspension upgrades?
 

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I had the CPP mini subframe kit on my 64 and it did not have any problems with binding up.. I had the factory steering box and it was fine for the most part. A bad idler arm will make the steering a bit unpredictable regardless of what steering box you have..
 
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