brian.....I will try to help, but it is hard to explain, without pics ......look at the top of your steering box where the p.s. hose hooks in.....there are 2 - 1/2 bolts.....if you loosen them, you can move the plate side to side a little.....move it then start motor...... sometimes it takes a few tries.....good luck
I never done it any other way than to put the knuckle at the box and have had zero issues doing it like that. Vito I've broken a tie rod on every dippy I've run, I would suggest finding tie rods from another vehicle and modifying the spindles and center link if necessary to make them work.
2 Mopars come with Spark plug tubes. One is a highly refined, record setting, world class racing machine. The other is a 426 CI. boat anchor.
Not much at all. It stated binding at the firewall joint in the heat and by a few hits in the feature I was having to really force the wheel to turn and then it had to give somewhere. From now on 2 joints and slider inbetween for me.
Got a question guys I am building a column with a astro van share and slider part also a heim joint at firewall and at wheel my question is when installing are you guys collapsing te shaft all the way or leaving a inch or so out?
Post by 78newyorker on May 18, 2013 22:09:32 GMT -5
What do you do to get the front brake calipers from sticking after applying the brakes. They are all like that on every 74-78 c-body that I have. I have usually been taking them off and just running with back breaks only, but I sure would like to have the extra stopping power.