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9/11/2017 9:04 PM  #1


70 steering center link

My center link was bent when the car fell off the jack. With a press I can straighten it pretty easily. I'm doing that because a new one is no longer available at a reasonable price. Mine is a power steering unit. I need a picture of a power steering center link for a 70 mustang if any one can help me. I've got it with in an inch of where it needs to be. A picture with the bolt to the right like a L would help. Thanks

 

9/12/2017 7:42 PM  #2


Re: 70 steering center link

Order one ...use it for a pattern,  then return it....no harm no foul.......jj


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