Thread: [1968] Steering Box advice
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Old 03/23/2016, 08:53 AM   #3
robert campbell
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+1 on Scott.
If you have stock exhaust on this car the box will come out easily. Is it an automatic or a manual? If manual you will need to remove the clutch "Z" bar and engine support for the Z bar.

Many dealers offer rebuilt steering boxes. I have done several of them myself. There is a renowned dealer in the Northwest call "Red Head". They specialize in the rebuilding of your stock box or providing you a quality rebuilt one off their shelf. I have used them on some restorations and they are the best of the best. Make sure you keep the tag off your box. This tag is date coded to your car.

http://www.redheadsteeringgears.com/

Rob

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