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Old 10-01-2019, 11:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Steer me right

Oem steering box from 81. Last untouched major component. Works fine but engine is out and doing frame repairs. So why not. Looking at the H1 or aftermarket PSC. Not ready for hydro assist but the latter can be pre tapped for later uograde.

Pros / cons each?
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Unless you want an actual new box a saginaw is a saginaw.

There are different input and sectors. So.e have a slightly higher or lower ratio than others.

Idk why you think an h1 is anything important but if youre wanting new and hydro later get a psc.
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Many forums cheer the beefy ness and “bolt in” features of the H1 box. Concern are the turns lock to lock. Adds about 3/4 turn.

Psc is nice but spendy. Reviews are mixed. Still on the fence.
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Old 10-04-2019, 12:47 PM   #4 (permalink)
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The H1 box is faster than the 17-1 stock CJ P.S. box. IIRC, it's 12x16-1 variable ratio. Might be able to get a Delco reman one part number 19321422 at Summit.

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/ADO-36G0167.

They have the larger piston and the same input spline as the '76-'86 CJ unit. They have metric hose fittings, so you would also need to change the pump outlet fitting to the metric o-ring style if you have an early CJ. The switch to metric hose fittings was around 1981 or so.

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