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105955

Re: WANTED: ANY PRE.1973 4x4 pickup in good running condition (not p

How about this one? Jeep Pickup - $700 (Janesville) http://madison.craigslist.org/cto/5427245441.html http://madison.craigslist.org/cto/5427245441.html Jeep
mannyliestold
Feb 7
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105954

Re: Adding Power Steering

Wow seems high to me, seen some nice doesn't run, rust free AZ Gladiator trucks here for $1000 or less. Bought one in CA for $200 a couple of years ago.
cowboy_75az
Feb 4
#105954
 
105953

Re: Adding Power Steering

Doesn't have anything to do with power steering but thought someone may be interested. Saw this on craigslist northern Wisconsin......1968 Jeep Kaiser Pickup
john stasek
Feb 4
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105952

Re: Adding Power Steering

Yes I forget to do write-ups and photos until after the job is done! lol That is why you might want to shoot some photos of the stock steering now before you
vwdoc2001
Feb 3
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105951

Re: Adding Power Steering

Well. . .maybe. Normally I am all done by the time I think of documentation. I'll try, but no promises! I already ordered the harness. Looking for a motor
mannyliestold
Feb 3
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105950

Re: Adding Power Steering

I know that a lot of newer cars are going with electronic power steering to gain more mpg. Of course they are great until there is a problem. I believe if I
vwdoc2001
Feb 2
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105949

Re: Adding Power Steering

PLEASE do a write-up with plenty of photos then. later, dave AKA vwdoc1 From: mailto:FSJ-List@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, February 02, 2016 11:00 AM To:
vwdoc2001
Feb 2
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105948

Re: Adding Power Steering

Just my opinion but I think hydraulic would beat electric for engine drag. The power has to come from somewhere and that would be the alternator. I think
Russ
Feb 2
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105947

Re: Adding Power Steering

Thanks VWDoc, I think electric is the way to go. For about $200 I'll be all set. Don't even need to attach another power robber to the engine. I already
mannyliestold
Feb 2
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105946

Pwr Steering - GO STOCK!

Easiest by far... go yank the brackets/ pulleys from the junk yard or but them new from LMC, get a power steering pump/ and gear as a core while you are
Jesse
Feb 2
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105945

Re: Adding Power Steering

The difference is that some early J300s had Ross manual steering with multiple links, pivots and rods, which I think was designed for the D44 "IFS" axle that
Jim Blair
Feb 2
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105944

Re: Adding Power Steering

It depends which steering system and front axle it has now. Some had the horrific Ross system that consists of a box and multiple tie rods and linkages. The
Jim Blair
Feb 2
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105943

Re: Adding Power Steering

I asked this list about just the opposite and got this response. It helps your issue as well. Re: Power steering to manual conversion Posted by:
Scott Ball
Feb 1
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105942

Re: Adding Power Steering

I have been watching those Hot Rod shows. Have you thought about Electric Power Steering?
vwdoc2001
Feb 1
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105941

Adding Power Steering

I'm sure this has been covered, but I'm not having any luck researching it. My 1965 Gladiator with 35's on it is a beast to turn. I am going to add power
mannyliestold
Feb 1
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