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Old 02-05-2010, 01:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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full hydro steering ?

i am about to do a d60 swap in my truck here real soon and i am definitely not keeping the stock ford steering or any other stock system. i wanted to know if anyone knows of any company that makes full hydro steering kits for a ford. i know that psc does one for chevys, but the hp pump would not bolt on to a ford bracket. could i just use that kit and just make my own bracket for the pump and it still work? also would my ford steering shaft work for a psc steering box? anyone who has done a full hydro on a ford give me some advice
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Old 02-05-2010, 02:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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should have googled... you could have saved yourself from getting smart ass remarks from people with nothing else to do ,so with that said,look here http://www.pscmotorsports.com/
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ive seen the entire psc site before, but that is what i meant, there is absolutely nothing for a ford. so i wanted to know if their basic single ended ram full hydro kit would work by just making a bracket for the pump.
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Cheapest easiest way:

Double ended cylinder from surplus center
NAPA heavy duty saginaw replacement for 79 f150
high steer arms and heims from anyone
DOM tubing
Orbital valve from 4600 JD combine
Manifold from 4600 JD combine
Steering wheel center from 4600 JD combine
Have someone make your lines and you are done

I have the same thing on my crawler and did it all for 325.00

ohhh, run nothing but royal purple max-ez p/s fluid
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