Borgeson Power Steering Conversion Kit 289/302/351W 1967

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Borgeson Power Steering Conversion Kit 289/302/351W 1967 is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
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Borgeson Power Steering Conversion Kit for 1967 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 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. 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.

-Saginaw power steering pump with mounting brackets
-Power steering box
-Power steering hoses
-Steering coupler
-Replacement steering column shaft with floor mount

*Will require a 2-groove crank pulley (not included).
*Will ONLY fit 1967 Mustangs with a 1-1/8" sector shaft.
*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.

Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following Mustang years:

  • 1967
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mostly a straight forward installation... The installation instructions are limited to say the least. If you're a competent mechanic, you'll be OK. I have a 67 with a 351W and power brakes. The steering box could be installed through the top or through the bottom. Since I had to remove the steering column anyway, I chose to install the new power steering box through the top. I also had to remove the master cylinder & power disc brake booster unit and the shock tower brace (None of this is in the instructions). If you choose installing the box through the bottom, you will have to partially remove the exhaust. The steering column has to be shortened and custom fit so that the space between the rag joint and the steering column bushing is maintained at less than 1/16 inch. This is no small task and only briefly mentioned in the instruction. Hopefully you are equipped for the cutting and/or welding of the column to arrive at this critical dimension. The power steering pump installation is easy but there's no guidance about sizing the belt which became a trial and error exercise for me. You have to size the belt within a 1/2 inch one way or the other because the PS pump adjustment slot is small so the adjustment amount is small. The power steering hoses should have been the easiest part of the job however the hoses did not come with long tube nuts on the 3 inverted flare connections; it came with 2 long tube nuts and 1 short one. The short one would not tighten the inverted flare connection against its' seat, it would bottom out and the tube would still be loose. After speaking with customer service at CJ Pony Parts and sending pictures of my particular issue, Borgeson was contacted and they sent me a component to repair this issue; again there were no instructions as to how to use this almond sized brass collet. I had to unscrew the pressure hose inlet on the new power steering pump, punch out the brass insert that came with the pump and then re-install the replacement collet they sent which corrected my issue. Lastly, the car will need an alignment since the new power steering box changes the position of the Pitman Arm which will change the toe in/out. Also, they recommend flushing the system with fresh power steering fluid otherwise the warranty is in jeopardy, a messy but necessary job. After all of the above, I can say this power steering kit is exactly as I had hoped it would be, a quiet and solid power steering system. It has a tight feel when you drive and it works very well(as you would hope and expect) at slow speeds for parking and manuevering. If I didn't have the hose issue, the installation would have been straight forward from beginning to end. I recommend this kit.
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great kit,but install was tough ok, allot of things they do not tell you ,il start at the beginning, remove the steering column ,you will have to cut it almost up to the firewall as it needs space for the new coller that replaces the old rubber one at end of it. follow the instructions provided! if the engine is in the car you will have to take a zazall to cut the steering shaft so you can remove it . you will also have to remove the brake master cylinder , while i was in there i also change her 51 year old brake booster ,that is a little bigger but was easy to do,When they say it is for a 1 1/8 idler arm what that meens is that if you car has all original standard steering in it, then your good,, if you are upgrading to a Borge kit for a stock power steering system then you will also need to purchase a standard steering idler arm ,pit man arm ,and a center link also for manual will not work without it and one more thing, you realy need to crank down on the new lines at the pump for them to stop leaking..the only big problem I had and still have is that this would be easy to do if my 67 rag would have had a 289 in it,, but it has a 351W and the left exhaust manifold is rite up against it!, I know I know,, headers but it is my wife's car and it will be to noisy for her, so ,im off to the junk yard to see what I can find. Overall the car has never steered better and there is no wandering on the hyway now and steers as easy as a new car, So great kit, but they need to update the install info. not for beginners to install, you can do it in a home garage.
Date published: 2018-06-13
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I purchased the PSK21 and did not get the printed instructions. Can those be e-mailed to me?

Asked by: Rjhawk
Please call toll free at 1-800-888-6473 and speak with a customer service rep.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-12-30

Hi, I have a 1967 Mustang with a 351 Cleveland engine and a 4-speed Rug gearbox. Will this conversion fit this car?

Asked by: Terry
Sorry we cannot confirm fitment on the Cleveland.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-12-18

I read a previous question concerning the factory Z bar on a 67 mustang interfering with the new Borgeson kit. The answer to the question was to purchase a new equalizer bar to replace the existing factory Z bar. What one for a 67 Mustang.

Asked by: Wag78
Sorry there isn't one for the 67. You would have to modify one to work.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-11-19

In my 67 Mustang with a 289 engine, there is a standard power steering installed, which drives me crazy. Can I use this kit without any other parts and replace the standard power steering? Pitman Arm or something else?

Asked by: Armin64
Use CJ's Part Number: PSK18-V, than choose the option in the drop down below the price. You will need to measure the sector shaft size.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-08-04

Is this kit I need for a long shaft 67 mustang?

Asked by: stro
Yes it is.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-05-12

Does the power steering pump for this kit have a press fit shaft or a keyway shaft?

Asked by: jesgat93
It is press fit.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-04-25

Is this kit compatible with the March serpentine belt pulley kits?

Asked by: Jess67
I dont believe it is.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-04-19

why want this kit wok with the factory z bar clutch linkage

Asked by: hay1234
The clutch linkage interferes with the power steering hose connections on the steering box.
Answered by: Borgeson
Date published: 2019-03-11
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