Borgeson Power Steering Conversion Kit 289/302/351W 1968-1970

Borgeson: 999021
MSRP: $1195.22
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Product Description

Borgeson Power Steering Conversion Kit for 1968-1970 289/302/351W Mustangs.

Upgrade your Mustang's manual steering to power steering with this quality power steering conversion kit from Borgeson! Borgeson's steering box integrates the power assist into the assembly, allowing you to eliminate the power steering control valve and slave cylinder. The stock power steering system is notorious for leaks and providing a vague and over-boosted steering feel.

This kit features a sporty 16:1 ratio re-manufactured modern integral power steering gear box that provides benefits over a traditional rack & pinion conversion, while still offering a similar steering feel and an original look. Each box is carefully assembled, adjusted and inspected to standards that surpass OEM. Does not increase the turning radius like most rack & pinion kits.

Installs easily with simple hand tools and without removing the engine. Includes all necessary components for the conversion. Features a 3 year manufacturer's warranty on the steering box.

Includes:
-Saginaw power steering pump with mounting brackets
-Power steering box
-Power steering hoses
-Steering coupler

*Will require a 2-groove crank pulley (not included).
*Requires the steering shaft to be collapsed/trimmed 1-2" for clearance.
*Will NOT work with factory z-bar clutch linkage.
*If you want to add headers to your 289/302 with Borgeson Power Steering our shop recommends using Tri-Y headers. Larger diameter headers may have clearance issues.

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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Product Questions

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Will this kit fit 1969 / 1970 fastback fitted 351C?

Asked by: Goldy
No, it'll only work on Windsor engines.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-03-02

Would this work on a 1972 maverick grabber with 302 V8 ?

Asked by: Rogie
Probably not. As a Mustang shop, we don't check fitment on models like the Maverick, so we can't say for certain whether it will or won't work, but I'd say it's unlikely.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-02-09

I have a 1970 with a late model 302. What does it mean will not work with the factory z bar linkage? What needs to trimmed to fit?

Asked by: shorty
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