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EA-81 power steering.

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#1 mctaylor42


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Posted 24 July 2013 - 03:30 AM

So I'm hell bent on putting power steering in my 82 GL wagon, and thanks to another user, I'll be receiving the power steering components off an EA-82. I understand the cross member will get in the way so I have a few questions regarding the whole project.


Should I notch out the existing cross member or modify an EA-82 cross member?


Will I need to make custom lines?


Will I need to replace any pulleys or just belts?


What do I need to do with the tierod ends?


Is the steering shaft the right length for the EA-82 rack?


And most important, has anyone done this?

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