Category Archives: power steering

Restored steering wheel

I had a steering wheel restored and it turned out very well. I also lucked out, the original truck I bought had a horn contact sleeve with the contact in like new condition.

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More steering column

I finished drilling out the TD5 shaft and I tapered the Series shaft. I got a VERY tight fit. The shaft turned out 1/4 to long. That is fine because I left 1/4 extra on the column. Lucky me. I … Continue reading

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Steering shaft

I was able to spend an hour on the lathe working on the steering shaft. Here are some highlights.

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Proper steering column.

A few months ago I threw a RRC steering column into the school bus because I was tired of steering the truck by yanking on the tires as it moved. No I am making a proper column by grafting the … Continue reading

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Core support PS box cut out

Here are two pictures I snapped of how I had trimmed the core support to accommodate the P38 steering box prior to stretching the frame. I do not know if this would work with the original radiator. Today I started … Continue reading

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8-17-12 wing trim

I have trimmed the wing skirt to fit around the Range Rover P38 power steering box.

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