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Borgeson has continued to develop and produce the most dependable steering components available. The Vega 140 steering box is not adequate for mid-size cars. Each direct fit conversion kit includes a new 525 box, pitman arm and half rag joint. This Drop Pitman Arm is for power steering applications only and will not fit manual steering boxes. General Information: Your vehicle's steering As the name implies, the pitman arm is the "arm" that connects the drag link (the link that runs from the steering box to the tie rod or passenger side The Pitman arm is a part used in automobiles, trucks, SUVs and other vehicles to steer the wheels. When the steering wheel is turned right or left the pitman transmits the motion it receives from the steering gearbox to the tie rod. Pitman Arm Included: No. Quantity: Sold individually. Notes: For cars with 1 1/4 in. diameter sector/pitman shaft. Borgeson Mopar power steering conversion boxes provide modern steering power with Borgeson precision. Easily convert your manual steering, or upgrade your present steering The Pitman arm is a steering component in an automobile or truck. As a linkage attached to the steering box (see recirculating ball) sector shaft, it converts the angular motion of the sector shaft into the linear motion needed to steer the wheels. The Borgeson integral power steering gearbox provides true modern power steering feel, feedback and a sporty 16:1 ratio. Borgeson has remanufactured this box to bolt directly to the factory mounting location and to fit the stock pitman arm without any interference or modification of the shock tower. Borgeson has been manufacturing steering universal joints for the industrial, automotive, military, and aerospace industries since 1914. Today, Borgeson is one of the industry's most trusted sources for steering boxes, columns, shafts, and bearings. Plus, Borgeson offers a complete selection of power » Borgeson. Borgeson has produced the most dependable steering universal joints available since 1914. Description: Steering Box, Manual, Saginaw 525, Half Rag Joint / Pitman Arm, Iron, Natural, GM A-Body 1968-72, Kit. Item #: BRG999004. Once the pitman arm and steering coupler were detached, the The Borgeson box went in quickly; it starts as a new factory steering box and has the mounting This unit is a new, lighter power steering box for existing power steering cars, but can also be installed on Mopars with manual steering boxes. The Hayes manual shows a pitman arm puller and lots of space , but they must have cut out the frame as there is no room to get the puller up there with the screw. Part store manager suggested using a pickle fork. Borgeson has adapted the pitman shaft to be compatible with all OEM and dropped pitman arms that fit the stock box. Application Note: A Borgeson steering shaft will be required for installation of this steering box or a flat must be ground on the steering box adapter to fit your stock shaft. Model: 97 GMC K3500 5.7 How To: replace pitman arm and idler arm remove power steering gear box show wore out parts vs good parts how to get pitman arm off Model: 97 GMC K3500 5.7 How To: replace pitman arm and idler arm remove power steering gear box show wore out parts vs good parts how to get pitman arm off Overview. A drop pitman arm is recommended for optimum turning radius and drag link alignment. Features. Maintains proper draglink alignment.


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