Remote-style Borgeson Pumps are new Saginaw pumps with cast aluminum housings and tapered shafts that accept press-on pulleys.
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Will this fit a stock pump and steering box on a '65 pontiac GTO?
What is the length of the hose from end-to-end? I have a limited modified race car is the high pressure side able to handle over 4000 PSI?
Will this hose kit work on a stock 1972 nova steering box with a 2007 GMC power steering pump? Thanks
Will this kit work with a 1993 GM pump with O-ring fitting on the pump side and an older Saginaw box with the inverted flare fittings? If not can you suggest one that will?
Will this hose kit work from a standard 1970's (1971 Chevelle) steering box to a type 2 gm pump? Thanks.
are the fittings that go to steering box 11/16 to AN 6 and 5/8 to AN 6
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