Borgeson Adapter Manual Steering 1967-1970

Borgeson: 990003
MSRP: $159.00
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The other components of your steering system, like the idler arm, center link and outer tie rod end, are probably in bad shape and could used replace when you make this conversion.
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Borgeson Adapter Manual Steering 1967-1970

Product Description

Borgeson Manual Steering Adapter for all 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 Mustangs.

This Borgeson Manual Steering Adapter is perfect for any 1967, 1968, 1969 or 1970 Mustang owner that wants to convert from factory style power steering, over to a manual steering set up. This adapter fits directly into place on one end of the power steering center link and connects to the pitman arm at the other end. This adapter from Borgeson is an affordable way to start your swap and you’ll need to remove the control valve to properly install this adapter. You will notice that more force is necessary to turn the steering wheel, especially at lower speeds, but you will still have safe, full control of your Mustang.

So if you want to drop some weight from your 1967-1970 Mustang and get rid of the heavy equipment that is necessary with the stock power steering system, start with this Borgeson Manual Steering Adapter and make the switch to manual steering. Not only will you be able to get rid of the control valve, but you’ll be losing the pressure and return hoses, the power steering slave cylinder, boot, insulation and all the related bushings hardware as well. Pick up this adapter from CJ Pony Parts today, drop some "lbs" and get ready to go fast!

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If the original power steering in your Mustang has become less responsive or is malfunctioning completely, CJ Pony Parts offers plenty of classic Mustang steering components to upgrade, repair or switch them over to a manual steering system set up with. Ordering any of CJ Pony Parts more than 500 steering parts for any year Mustang is easy--order online now or give the sales team a call anytime!

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Borgeson Adapter Manual Steering 1967-1970 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good fit i installed this on my 67 mustang the fit is good easy to install
Date published: 2016-01-08
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Product Questions


Will this work on a 1965 v8 car as I see the pitman arm is the same part # for a 65-66+early 67 with p/s? If not what would I have to change out as far as front end parts to convert to manual steering .

Asked by: winterproject
You can try to change to a manual steering center link part #DS700.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2015-12-07

When I use the Borgeson: 990003 in my 69 mustang without changing the steering box, can I get rid of the power steering pump? the current pump leaks and I want to eliminate it. Do I need a power steering pump to lubricate the steering box?

Asked by: Joel
It looks like you eliminate all of the power steering hardware, since you're going back to manual steering, so you should be able to drop the pump.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-06-19

does this fit 1966 mustang v8 289 engine ?

Asked by: benjaminfigueroa
No, the steering assembly on 1966s is different enough that it won't allow this part to fit.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-03-18

Please. I need manuel steering adapter for my Ford Mustang Fastback of 1968 but what is the difference between Borgeson adapter ( price 151.99) and manuel steering adapter ( price 166.99)? Excuse my bad English. Thank you

Asked by: Bernard 01
In terms of functionality, I don't believe there is any difference. I believe the differences are in terms of materials used in manufacture.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-01-27
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