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Old 06-10-2007, 06:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wanted: Good IFS PS steering Box

So It looks like I am gonna have to go high steer earlier than I thought. My 81's stock steering box is worn...So am looking for good used IFS 86-94 PS box..
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Old 06-10-2007, 06:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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So It looks like I am gonna have to go high steer earlier than I thought. My 81's stock steering box is worn...So am looking for good used IFS 86-94 PS box..
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i will call my buddy and see if he still has his laying around...
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Old 06-10-2007, 07:09 PM   #3 (permalink)
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thanks! I know that I am going to need a mount kit for it, probably a stupid question, but do I need to go High steer right away or can I use my old stuff for a month or so till I have a few bucks for a high steer kit?
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thanks! I know that I am going to need a mount kit for it, probably a stupid question, but do I need to go High steer right away or can I use my old stuff for a month or so till I have a few bucks for a high steer kit?
i think the two boxes swing different directions... you could do just cross over and then add the full hy-steer later...
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I'm pretty sure they'r completely different.
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I'm pretty sure they'r completely different.
Be sure to drive your Runner to work so I can come steal your steering box and save me the drive to vancouver
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Be sure to drive your Runner to work so I can come steal your steering box and save me the drive to vancouver
I wish that was even an option for me. It'll be sittin in the corner until it decides it wants to cooperate.
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ok they are different, so what you do to save some cash is just do crossover for now and step up to hy-steer later... you would just need a ifs box, box mount kit, one steering arm, a drag link, and possibly a pitman arm or just use a pitman arm adapter... that would be the cheapest way of converted it
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Cool, thanks--gives me some options...
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I've seen a bunch of IFS boxes on ebay. They're going for about $100. Or call the ToyMan here in PDX. He seems to have a lot of everything.
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