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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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Steering control valve

Today i started rebuilding my control far, it has been great, everything is clean, no rust, no pitting, the parts are sparkly clean... Someone has rebuilt this before, i know this because they installed the bumper at the spool bolt after the spring, not before and they lost a washer from the reaction plug assembly - gonna try to find one of equivalent size at lowes or something. Anyone have a suggestion where i can find one? Is there a write-up for this? Should i make one?
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Don't know about Lowes, but maybe Fastenal or Grainger?


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Dan, Can you elaborate?

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Dan runs a business that specializes in this stuff. He is recommending you call him for advice. Here is his website for reference: Classic Mustang Disc Brake Conversions and Power Steering

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