Rebuilt bolt in quick ratio power steering gear box 3 to 3 1/8 150 plus core

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  1. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

    Rebuilt bolt in quick ratio power steering gear box 3 to 3 1/8 140 plus core

    64-72 GM A body gear box quick ratio. 3 to 3 1/8 turns stop to stop #6 or 6/7 casting rebuilt

    200 shipped you will get 60 back if you supply a good reabuildable #6 or #6/7 casting core

    CORE MUST BE RETURNED WITHIN 50 DAYS OF RECEIVING REBUILT UNIT TO GET THE FULL 60 DOLLAR CORE CHARGE ANYTIME AFTER THAT YOU WILL GET 45 BACK

    we ship anywhere in the USA or out of the country if you pay shipping

    rebuilt in America from a used good low mile core. 90 warranty


    Hector Carrillo Carhex 626 488 5472 cell or 626 919 2762 home Please consider I am on Ca time when calling

    same gear box you see at swap meets for 275+

    same turns as the jeep box but direct bolt in no modifications needed unless you are converting from a manual box than you will need a rag joint that I can provide for 10 bucks extra

    I can also have your factory numbers matching date coded gear box rebuilt and converted to quick ratio but you have to ship it to me for 140

    paypal is best but we can take other forms of payment

    send me a PM with full name and shipping address and paypal info to order.

    I will send you an invoice via paypal and most times will ship same day or very next shipping day.

    They sell fast but I will post up as soon as one is ready or go back to people that were in line to buy

    Thank you. Hector
     
    Last edited: Oct 15, 2015
  2. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

    I have 3 in stock ready to ship
     
  3. Grandpas67

    Grandpas67 Well-Known Member

    Hector, please forgive my ignorance, but what is the benefit of the quick ratio steering box? Less turns?
     
  4. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

    less turns faster steering response better handling day and night difference.
     
  5. sailadams

    sailadams Platinum Level Contributor

    Hector, Thanks for mine, it works great! I promise I'll get the old one (core) back to you eventually so you can rebuild it for someone else. -Larry
     
  6. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

    Thank you Larry. Im glad you liked it. I think its one of the best upgrades you can do to any 69 and older car
     
  7. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

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  9. rogbo

    rogbo Gold Level Contributor

    Hector, sending you a PM to order one.
     
  10. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

    okay thank you Roger. It was nice talking with you.
     
  11. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

    Packed shipped and pm sent with tracking number thank you for a fast payment.
     
  12. JoeBlog

    JoeBlog Platinum Level Contributor

    Hector,
    What can you do for a 67 Wildcat steering gear? I've replaced mine with a rebuilt unit from AZ (all I could get at the time), but kept the original. I'm considering getting it rebuilt (by you) and re installing it because it was born with the car (I'm not sure I'd keep the other one, since one steering gear every 48 years doesn't constitute an equipment problem). Do you work on these units? Can they be "upgraded"? Please let me know, and we'll go from there.

    cheers,
    Joe
     
  13. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

    If you want to ship it to me I can see what my rebuilder can do with it. Hector
     
  14. JoeBlog

    JoeBlog Platinum Level Contributor

    I was hoping for something more definitive... I'll keep looking locally and see what happens.

    Joe
     
  15. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

    sorry buddy! I wish I had a better answer.
     
  16. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

    I have one in stock ready to ship out today. anybody need one?
     
  17. telriv

    telriv Well-Known Member

    Joe, what you have is an "808" box for a big car/riv. A box from a '71-'76 big GM car/Riv. or Caddy variable ratio from '67-'76. is a faster ratio & a bolt-in swap. You may need to change the pitman arm & use your old one. I've done this MANY times. You could have as little as 2 1/2 turns lock-lock. Makes a WORLD of diff. & a much better driving keeping up with today's cars. So much so that I've been told on my '64 Riv. from others who have driven it that it almost feels like "Rack & Pinion".
     
  18. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

    Thank you for the info.
     
  19. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

    bump ready to ship out
     
  20. CARHEX1

    CARHEX1 CARHEX1

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