JEGS 60742 pre-lubed Power Steering Box for select 1964-1976 GM passenger cars is a direct replacement upgrade that will require a (32-spline plus four master splines) pitman arm for your application. This variable ratio steering box assists in cornering and highway driving, allowing for a quicker steering ratio with more steering angle input and a slower steering ratio for straight-line driving; for a more gentle drive.
JEGS 555-60742 Power Steering Gear Box Features:
- Cast iron construction
- (4) Mounting holes (Thread size: 3/8 in.-16)
- Pressure port thread size: 11/16 in.-18 inverted flare
- Return port thread size: 5/8 in.-18 inverted flare
- Black painted finish
- Includes Pitman shaft nut and washer
- Replacement for Part Number(s): 19321352, 27-6509, 503-0104 and 972
JEGS 555-60742 Power Steering Gear Box Vehicle Fitment:
- 1967-1976 Chevy Camaro/Pontiac Firebird
- 1964-1973 Chevy Chevelle
- 1964-1976 Chevy El Camino/Malibu
- 1964-1971 Pontiac GTO
- 1970-1976 Chevy Monte Carlo
- 1973-1976 Chevy Laguna
- 1971-1976 GMC Sprint
How many degrees of output shaft rotation. Do not want loss of steering radius
Is this new or reman.? Also what is the warranty?
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