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Old 02-11-2002, 04:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Who makes this part?

My shat is broke down. My steering box is totally out, and I don't know who made it so I can swap it out. Any ideas?
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looks like a saginaw box to me. count how many turns lock to lock and go get another from the junkyard
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its a saginaw box,if you can't find one at the wreckers check out www.agrsteering.com.also don't throw away your old one,as a core its worth about $180.
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THAT looks like a 4 ear saginaw box.......there you go!
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You can find one at Pick n Pull off nearly any old late 60's to late 70's GM car, just make sure you get one with 4 bolts, lots of them only have 3. The ones with only 3 bolt ears are missing the one closest to the front of the box (high pressure lines)

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Old 02-11-2002, 06:42 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I knew you guys could help. Thanks!!!!
I wish I could turn it lock to lock, the damn thing turns around and the wheels don't move. Made for a hairy trip home the other day.

This baby is for sale. Once I get the new steering box on, it is on the market. What should it go for?

Chevy 350 with 20 K on it.
power steering, cruise control, stereo, over tires, buggy seats, 6 point roll cage, no heat or defrost.
How much?
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the ever popular inverted bezel...hmmm steering goes out, cruiser smashed under overpass, what other tradgedy's have occured because of this occurance?
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Too bad you don't live closer, I've got three of em sitting on my garage floor, along with a ton of other spare parts! They are not difficult to find, just look for an older chevy lead sled with a four bolt box that mount on the inside of the frame rail. Monte carlos, Impalas.....You can't get one off a truck, they bolt to the outside of the frame, won't work for your application.
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if you absoulutely have to drive it you
might try tightening the alen bolt on top of
stearing box loosen nut tighten bolt.
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