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All New Flaming River Manual Steering Box - Made in the USA!



Flaming River is proud to announce that they brought the Mustang home! The classic 1965-1970 Manual Steering Boxes are now made in the USA at our Berea, Ohio manufacturing facility.

The All New Mustang steering boxes come complete with a 1 sector and 45 pinion shaft for 65-67 and a 1-1/8 sector with a -36 spline shaft for 67-70 model years. The Mustang boxes come with a 16:1 ratio that is preferred by enthusiasts and for cars with power steering.

Flaming River Mustang Steering Box Features:
  • All new casting
  • Sector Shaft
  • Pinion Shaft - Worm and Nut
  • Needle Bearing design versus OEM Bushings for longer life and better steering feel.

Flaming River Mustang steering boxes feature a 1 year warranty and a Lifetime Serviceability for as long as you own your Mustang Steering Box.

Click here for additional information on our boxes, or visit www.flamingriver.com/mustang to view our full line of Mustang products.

Flaming River Industries, Inc.
800 Poertner Drive
Berea, OH 44017

1-800-648-8022
tech-support@flamingriver.com
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