New Mustang Steering Product

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  1. rebel65

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  2. Borgeson

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    Power Box Application Details

    1965-1966 Mustang (1” Diameter Sector Shaft)

    Factory P/S Cars Require:
    Power Steering Box
    Power Steering Hose Kit
    Steering Column Shaft / Floor Mount
    Complete Rag Joint
    65-66 V-8 M/S Center link
    Manual Steering Cars Require:
    Power Steering Box
    Power Steering Hose Kit
    Steering Column Shaft / Floor Mount
    Complete Rag Joint
    P/S Pump, Bracket and Pulley Kit

    1967 Mustang (Must verify sector shaft diameter 1” or 1-1/8”)
    Note: Cars with ¾” Diameter non-collapsible column shaft will require part #990040 Steering Column shaft/ floor mount and #052534 Complete Rag Joint not ½ rag joint.
    Factory P/S Cars Require:
    Power Steering Box
    Power Steering Hose Kit
    ½ Rag Joint
    Drag Link Adapter
    Manual Steering Cars Require:
    Power Steering Box
    Power Steering Hose Kit
    ½ Rag Joint
    P/S Pump, Bracket and Pulley Kit

    1968-1970 Mustang (1-1/8” Diameter Sector Shaft)

    Factory P/S Cars Require:
    Power Steering Box
    Power Steering Hose Kit
    ½ Rag Joint
    Drag Link Adapter
    Manual Steering Cars Require:
    Power Steering Box
    Power Steering Hose Kit
    ½ Rag Joint
    P/S Pump, Bracket and Pulley Kit
  3. Borgeson

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    Power Conversion Box Part #'s

    Mustang Conversion Part #’s
    800110 – Power Steering Box, 65-67, 1” Diameter Sector Shaft
    800111 – Power Steering Box, 67-70, 1-1/8” Diameter Sector Shaft
    990040 – Steering Column Shaft, with Floor Mount1965-1967 (Early)
    925107 – P/S Hose Kit, Ford Conversion Box to Ford Pump
    925108 – P/S Hose Kit, Ford Conversion Box to Saginaw Pump Upgrade
    052534 – Rag Joint, Conversion Box to Borgeson Column Shaft
    990016 – ½ Rag Joint, Conversion Box to Rag Joint Flange on Stock Column
    990003 – 1967-1970 Mustang Drag Link Adapter, Replaces Control Valve
    990050 – 1965-1966 V-8 Manual Steering Drag Link
    800330 – 1965-1970 SBF Mustang Saginaw P/S Pump Upgrade Inc: Pump, Pulley, Bracket
  4. Gearbanger 101

    Gearbanger 101 we love us some gays up here Super Mod

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    Welcome. Glad we got everything straitened out. :)
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    will this box work on other ford vehicles that use the same steering gear? for example; ranchero, torino, falcon, fairlane, etc ?
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    What pitman arm does this piece use?
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    bnickel Founding Member

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    the stock one, i'm assuming the stock one for power steering equipped cars, since it's a 16:1 ratio box, if you were to use the manual steering pitman i would think it throw off the ratio, at least at the steering wheel anyway.
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    Is there any possibility of offering a discounted group buy to stangnet members?
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    Thats up next, now that we have it in production for the Mustangs/Cougars we have started research to bring it to market for the other Fords / Mercs.

    Thanks, Jeff
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    It will fit with any stock 1" or 1-1/8" Pitman arm. (We offer the box in both sizes) The lenght of the Pitman arm will however still effect overall steering speed. The box is a 16:1 ratio with 4 turns of the Input shaft lock to lock, a longer Pitman arm will speed that up at the wheels.

    Thanks, Jeff
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    Thats a tough one, we are a true manufacturer with an exisitng distribution network. We do sell all of our products direct however at full retail price to insure that our dealers an distributors can maintain the ability to make money on our products.
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    An idea on pricing

    And idea on pricing for complete kits below. The most affordable R&P conversion that is complete is $1,599 and again our box retains a stock look, simplified steering linkage (to the column), full turning radius and full ground clearance.

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    i might actually sell my TCP rack and use one of these or maybe i'll just put it on my other car
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    Refund for original box.

    Included with conversion box is a form to obtain a $65.00 refund if you send us your original manual steering box. Even with the cost to ship us the box this is another quick $50 of the cost of the conversion.:nice:
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    pump question using 5.0 serpentine

    I've got an '89 5.0 engine in my '66 with the serpentine setup. Would I have to adapt your pump or would the 89 model pump work?
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    Your 1989 5.0 pump should operate our conversion box just fine. I would need to know the high pressure fitting size on your pump to get you the proper hose kit.
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    Dealers / Distributors

    All part #'s for Mustang conversion are now good with Summit, Jegs, Motorstate, and Keystone. We are busy getting more on board as fast as we can.

    Thanks,
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    Even the Banjo fittings like sold by Pure Choice Motorsports are too tall?
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    Yes unfortunatley, we tried the banjo fittings and there is just no room to clear the Z-Bar.

    Thanks, Jeff
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    Do you have any photos of the Z-bar hitting the box/hose fittings?

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