Borgeson Power Steering Upgrade Kit 289/302/351W 1968-1969

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Borgeson Power Steering Upgrade Kit 289/302/351W 1968-1969
Borgeson Power Steering Upgrade Kit 289/302/351W 1968-1969 Borgeson Power Steering Upgrade Kit 289/302/351W 1968-1969 Borgeson Power Steering Upgrade Kit 289/302/351W 1968-1969 Borgeson Power Steering Upgrade Kit 289/302/351W 1968-1969 Borgeson Power Steering Upgrade Kit 289/302/351W 1968-1969
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Borgeson Power Steering Upgrade Kit for 1968-1969 289/302/351W Mustangs.

Upgrade your Mustang's power steering with this quality power steering upgrade 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 14:1 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. Uses your existing Ford power steering pump. Does not increase the turning radius like most rack & pinion kits.

Installs easily with simple hand tools and without removing the engine. Features a 3 year manufacturer's warranty on the steering box.

Includes:
-Power steering box
-Power steering hoses for a Ford pump
-Steering coupler
-Manual steering adapter (replaces control valve)

*Requires the steering shaft to be collapsed/trimmed 1-2" for clearance.
*Will NOT work with factory z-bar clutch linkage.
*Will not work with a 1970 power steering pump.
*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.

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Borgeson Power Steering Upgrade Kit 289/302/351W 1968-1969 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Replacement for Ford's system I Purchased a Borgeson Upgrade Kit for my 1968 Mercury Cougar back in October 2015 (I could have Sworn I bought it from you guys--but no purchase history in my account? (trying to register the warranty.) I finished installing the system on April 19. (I'm sure you're familiar with how working on classic cars can be a 'get-a-round-tuit' situation.) The system replaced the several troublesome parts (see photos) in the original system as well a simplifying the power steering in my 1968 Ford setup. I got Tired of the P/S hose routing after their proximity to the exhaust manifold was very exacting or the Pressure Hose will be Burned Through--something that has happened to me 4 TIMES since I owned the car (15 years.) I've also had to replace that awkward control valve that attaches to the 'actuator' on the tie rod with a pair of twisted hoses--many opportunities for slow leaks and road grime accumulation. The main work 'show stopper' was the need to cut back the steering column about 2 inches to accommodate the longer rag-joint clearance due to the power steering box valve on the Borgeson unit. In my case it was about an extra day of weekend work. So far the power steering feels more firm. but still easily move the wheels for more maneuvering in tight places, like any sharp turn around a small street or parking lot. I most wholehasrtly recommend this modification kit for any Ford or Mercury pony car owner who wants to get rid of the messy power steering system but doesn't want to go with more modern steering.The kit fills an affordable nitch that has been needed for a while now.
Date published: 2016-04-28
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Product Questions

The description says to use Tri-Y headers. Will just any Tri-Y header work? Any specific recommendations?  I have a 69 with 302W and AOD trans

Asked by: KenA
Since you have an aod you may want to use a shorty style header that can be used with an aod trans.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-05-19

Can you please explain the collapsing/Trimmed 1-2" of the steering shaft for clearance? Regards Peter

Asked by: Oldpete
I installed this kit on my '69 Conv. w/non-tilt column. The steering column collapses (telescopes in and out) as a safety feature. Gently tapping on the end of the column - pushing the rag joint end of the steering shaft towards the firewall - will shorten it. Its very easy. However, the description says 1"-2". Its actually more like 5"-6". Also, the instructions say you 'may' have to trim the column housing to allow it to collapse enough. Of course, I had to. Its also really easy IF you remove the column and steering shaft. A saws-all will cut through it like butter in half a second. But, definitely more difficult than this description would suggest.
Answered by: KenA
Date published: 2016-05-19

I have a 1969 Mustang with a stock 302, automatic, with factory power steering and air. Interested in this kit,is it a direct bolt on process? Also what else would I need, I understand I can use my original power steering pump.

Asked by: Badkarma060
It is a direct bolt in the only other part you may need when using the stock pump is this fitting, http://www.cjponyparts.com/borgeson-power-steering-hose-adapter-fitting-saginaw-pump-to-ford-hose-1965-1973/p/HW3409/
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-03-15

Not sure what you mean by collapse 1/2" what's the best way to do that

Asked by: Rich T
You can push the steering shaft in where it bolts to the rag joint.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-02-24

Will this work on 69 Mach 1 with 351 winsdor with stainless power brakes/ headers and 4 speed with explosion proof bell housing,

Asked by: EG Mach 1
This will not work with the factory z-bar with out modification and depending on the header there could be clearance issues.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2015-12-03

I have a '68 289 convertible fully restored. Power steering is sloppy and loose and at times feels like it actually "catches" like spokes on a gear. will this kit improve the feel and performance of the power steering so that the car doesn't "wander"?

Asked by: Don 1968
Absolutely!
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-11-10

Will this kit work,on a 1970 cougar 351 power steering  With new steering box and pump can I elemanate the power slave cylinder and hardware ?

Asked by: Shawn m
This should work for you, you will also need power steering pump part #800330. This will eliminate all the original power steering components.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2015-11-06

I have a 68 mustang fastback with a factory stock 202ci engine will this unit fit without modifications.  It did not come with factory air or power steering.

Asked by: btls
No, this one won't work - this kit is an upgrade kit for Mustangs that already have power steering. You want CJ part # PSK15, which is an conversion kit for manual steering Mustangs. It works with 302s and, being stock, you shouldn't have too many issues.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-04
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