For guys asking about the adapter plate to put the 70's GM steering box on a Ford, I just purchased one used and it came with a buisiness card from www.demoderbypitstop.com and I checked the site and they cost $40. My question is what idler/pitman arm/arms do I use? will the arm from the bottom of the GM steering box fit correctly to the rest of the Ford steering components? I will be running 70's GM upper a-arms and spindles if that makes a difference
Looking for a cheap one line Manual Master Cylinder. Want to pick one up at Oreillys tomorrow. Will be going in a Vic that I will only run rear brakes on. Sick of breaking the stock ones. My headers keep catching. Going to go this route until I can afford a floor mounted one. Thanks
Built ford tuff with some chevy stuff and other odds and end
Post by derbyman521 on Apr 29, 2013 19:25:11 GMT -5
I am sure I am just repeating a question that has already been answered so I will apologize in advance. I have a 92 Lincoln and it has the brake booster and master cylinder but it has only two lines going to another big box on the frame and that branches off to four. Would it work if I coupled the two lines from the master cylinder to two of the lines from the big box on the frame and coupled the other two so I can get rid of that big ugly box on the frame? I was thinking about putting the front left and right rear on one coupler and the right front and left rear on another will that make a difference?