Description

Manual To Power Steering Conversion Box Power Steering Conversion Kit; Stock Column; Complete Kit; 1 in. -48 Spline; FEATURES: Power Steering Conversion Kit Borgeson offers an integral power steering conversion for your 1963-1982 Classic Corvette. The Borgeson conversion box is a remanufactured GM Delphi 600 integral power steering gearbox. The Delphi 600 represents the latest generation of integral power steering gearbox technology with true modern power steering feel, feedback and a sporty 12.7:1 ratio. Borgeson has remanufactured this box to bolt directly to the factory mounting location and to fit the stock pitman arm. A new rag joint will be required for connection to the stock column. The factory column will need to be collapsed or shortened 1-2" for clearance of conversion box. Also a drag link adapter will be required for cars with factory style power steering. Eliminate your leaky control valve and feel the road with a new integral power steering conversion from Borgeson. The Borgeson Universal Company has been manufacturing steering universal joints and components for the industrial, automotive, military and aerospace markets since 1914. Purchased by the present owners in 1982, Borgeson continued to develop and refine our original needle bearing universal joint into the finest and strongest joint you can buy. Seeking to expand, Borgeson purchased Mullins steering gears in 2001 and combined the two businesses into one central, 50,000 square foot modern manufacturing facility. Borgeson has continued to develop and produce the most dependable steering components available.
  • Steering Box; Power; Delphi 600; 12.7 to 1 Ratio; Brackets/Joints/Lines/Pump; Iron; Small Block Chevy; Chevy Corvette 1967-82; Complete Kit
  • Steering Box
  • Power
  • Delphi 600
  • 12.7 to 1 Ratio
Specifications
Dimensions15 x 15 x 15 inches

Borgeson 999017 Power Steering Conversion Kit Fits 68-82 Corvette
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