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Old 10-18-2016, 01:13 PM
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Was just getting some insight of your truck ,based on what I have!..
No worries, I appreciate all the insight you guys have given me.
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So, anyone ever pull apart a steering box on a 68?

I'm looking into either rebuilding mine or buying a reman and I was curious as to if anyone had done this before.

I also found an empty (and slightly rusted) front master cylinder chamber when I was checking brake fluid.

The fun continues . . .
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So, anyone ever pull apart a steering box on a 68?

I'm looking into either rebuilding mine or buying a reman and I was curious as to if anyone had done this before.

I also found an empty (and slightly rusted) front master cylinder chamber when I was checking brake fluid.

The fun continues . . .
No ,I haven't yet on the steering box!

On my brakes ,it was a leaky brake slave ,an a leaky plunger on
the booster ,I kited the booster & replaced a brake slave.

Its simple to do an the kit parts are cheap!...
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Old 11-04-2016, 09:26 PM
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No ,I haven't yet on the steering box!

On my brakes ,it was a leaky brake slave ,an a leaky plunger on
the booster ,I kited the booster & replaced a brake slave.

Its simple to do an the kit parts are cheap!...
I figured that if I'd found rust in the master cylinder, I was looking at a replacement. Im already looking into checking all for drums.
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Now on to a positive side note . . .

I sold my 85 foxbody mustang (that I drove for 15+ years) to my brother and he scored a complete exhaust system.

Being the loving brother he is, he is sending the 40 series Flowmasters I put on the car along with tips to install along with an h-pipe I'll have installed onto the truck as I can get it done.

I honestly can't wait so see what those mufflers would sound behind a 6.4 after hearing them behind a 5.0!
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Old 11-04-2016, 10:51 PM
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I honestly can't wait so see what those mufflers would sound behind a 6.4 after hearing them behind a 5.0!
. . . hear what those mufflers would sound like behind a 6.4 . . .
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