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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-29-2016, 01:31 PM Thread Starter
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Socal shop to do PowerSteering install

Hey Guys,
I have researched and researched options to get PS installed on my mustang.. from going electric to borgeson. I have a 390 with 4spd which limits my options. So it looks like my best option is to go stock.. I'm not confident that I can do the install myself, so looking at SoCal shops that can do it. Any recommendations out there? I have taken it to these guys Mustangs, Etc. | Classic Ford Parts & Service but they didn't seem to want to do it..

Thanks for any info!
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-12-2017, 06:22 PM
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Try this guy


Very well known in the Mustang Clubs for restorations and maintenance.


Deans Garage
11782 Western Ave
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Garden Grove, CA 90680
(714) 891-7850

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Cool Thanks! I'll check them out.

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You also try Mustang and Fast Ford OC.
They did some work on my car.
http://mustangsandfastfordsoc.com
Mustangs & Fast Fords OC
3001 S. Main St.
Santa Ana, CA 92707
Phone: (714) 850-1500

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Huh. Deans Garage? Never heard of them. I've been here since 1985 & I must
be the only one who hasn't.......

To the OP- Do you have the parts necessary?

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You also try Mustang and Fast Ford OC.
Mustangs & Fast Fords OC
3001 S. Main St.
Santa Ana, CA 92707
Phone: (714) 850-1500
I just spent a half hour looking for his card.......... to suggest them.
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Thanks for the info guys!
@GT289 Thanks for taking the time to look up the info. I don't have the parts yet. I was planning on getting them from chokostang. He is out until March, so I might get the parts from cjponyparts they are the only once that I found that have a kit.

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Mustang and Fast Ford can order the parts you need and install them. They carry a lot of parts for Mustangs.

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Thanks for the info guys!
@GT289 Thanks for taking the time to look up the info. I don't have the parts yet. I was planning on getting them from chokostang. He is out until March, so I might get the parts from cjponyparts they are the only once that I found that have a kit.

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On CJ PP vs. Chokostang......... I'd wait for Dan any day of the week. Choko is just that good.

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