Power Steering Slave Cylinder Boot Kit 1965-1970

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Power Steering Slave Cylinder Boot Kit 1965-1970

Product Description

Power Steering Slave Cylinder Boot Kit for all 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 Mustangs with Power Steering.

When the old, torn slave cylinder boot in your 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 or 1970 Mustang needs replaced, this new Power Steering Slave Cylinder Boot Kit is just what you need. This Power Steering Slave Cylinder Boot Kit includes OE style washers, a steel tube spacer and high quality EPDM rubber bushings and a boot. This kit comes with the proper, original style hardware for an easy installation.

The slave cylinder boot is designed to protect any dirt or dust from entering your power steering slave cylinder. When your power steering slave cylinder has slop or the steering wheel has excessive play, this kit comes with everything to get rid of delayed play in the power steering for a precise feel in the wheel.

Over the years the optional power steering in classic Mustangs can become unreliable, many owners have chosen to upgrade their power steering to include better components, or upgrade to a new power steering kit. CJ Pony Parts offers a wide variety of power steering parts for your 1965-1970 Mustang, so you can get your Mustang back in working order or make some upgrades.

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Product Reviews

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Perfect
Just the job , perfect replacement.
Alan September 1, 2014
Perfect
Perfect replacement, thanks.
Tom July 4, 2014
very happy
The boot looked and fits perfectly, like I wanted it to. Great experience.
George June 29, 2014
fits great
Like the title says fits great and works good. A great replacement part.
Daniel October 2, 2013
Nice kit
All went well once i figured out how to compress the rubber stops. Looked really nice once past that hurdle. A pair of welding vice grips did the trick.
sissyboy May 16, 2013
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