1964 - 1967 Ford Mustang Quick Ratio Steering Box 16:1

1964 - 1967 Ford Mustang Quick Ratio Steering Box 16:1

Made by Scott Drake

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$534.95
SKU #
741
Part #
C5ZZ-3548-P

This is a 1964 - 1967 Ford Mustang Quick Ratio Steering Box 16:1. Scott Drake and Flaming River has teamed up offer their brand of steering boxes. These boxes feature a quick 16:1 ratio for a very responsive and precise steering system improved needle bearing design for smoother operation. These steering boxes are disigned to be a direct bolt in with no modifications. See Special Notes for more details.

1964 - 1967 Ford Mustang Quick Ratio Steering Box 16:1 fits the following vehicles:

Year Make Model Country Configuration Notes Garage
1967 Ford Mustang US all configs
In garage
1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-350 US all configs
In garage
1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-500 US all configs
In garage
1966 Ford Mustang US all configs
In garage
1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-350 US all configs
In garage
1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-350H US all configs
In garage
1965 Ford Mustang US all configs
In garage
1965 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-350 US all configs
In garage
1964 Ford Mustang US all configs
In garage

Special Notes

1964 - 1967 Ford Mustang Quick Ratio Steering Box 16:1

Scott Drake Mustang has teamed up with Flaming River Industries to offer you their brand new steering boxes. These boxes have been praised in both Mustang Monthly Magazine April 1999 issue and Mustang And Fords August 1999 issue. These all new boxes feature a quick 16:1 ratio for a very responsive and precise steering system, improved needle bearing design for smoother operation, direct bolt in, no modifications required, anti vibration collar on 1964 - 1966 boxes, no core charge to hassle with and a 1 year warranty. The 16:1 ratio is the same ratio used on all high performance mustangs (GT, “K” car, Shelby, Mach 1 and Boss models). Power steering cars also feature the 16:1 ratio. Most of these boxes are worn out after 30 plus years of service. Flaming River’s new boxes eliminate play in steering wheel, hesitation and wandering, improves high speed tracking and overall sense of control. This is also an excellent upgrade for regular production Mustangs with manual steering that have the slower 19:1 ratio. Cars with 16:1 ratio requires 3 3/4 turns of the steering wheel lock to lock while 19:1 ratio require 4 5/8 turns lock to lock