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Re: Toyota Powersteering IS easy photos .

hey doug...if you can get me a decent sketch of the plate i can make a regular print for it. im very interested cause i can get the box and toy pump for very cheap here...if thats all there is to it maybe ill do this along with my spoa..

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Re: Toyota Powersteering IS easy photos .

actaull thats what i thought but you dont have to have a template as long as you cut the piesce of 1/2 inch steal right at 4x6 its a tight fit but hold it on with a c-clamp take a drill use hole that go all the way trought the frame drill them out get Ps box put it on the 1 hole use 1 of the factory hole setit up . mark the other 2 holes pull it off get a 27/64 drill bit drill the 2 holes gewt a 1/2 13 tap tab them out take 2 1inch long bolts with lockwashers put it all back on . heres some better photos.






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So did you have to drill the frame any? Which bolts hold what on? hehe is it me, or does that steering box say Toyoda, not Toyota? hehe So you are using a Chevy pump? Where will you put it? How does a Sidekick box bolt to a Sami frame? How strong are they? I hear the Sidekick pumps are not great, what about the box? Maybe a Sidekick box and a different pump? Just throwin idears around.

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Re: Toyota Powersteering IS easy photos .

No No drilling the frame. YOu use the same 3 exsisting holes that go all the wat rought the frame on my lasr pic you see the the bolt that goes through the powersting pump and plate that is the exsisting hole that you use . the other two holes you tab the1/2 inch plate and bolt it ot it , the last 2 holes which you can only see 1 is in the top right corner that bolts the plat to frame and the other 1 is between the ps 2 taped holes you cant see in photo

i will have pictures up tommorw of the pump install and hoses, i choise it beacuse it is much bigger and ive herd of peoples pumps over heating on both the toyota and tracker pumps

To me this setup is a breeze . it can be done in 1 day. but seeing how im doing it during the work week i only work on it about a hour a day , How you like that beefy steerig link with the splines

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Ok, so for the steering box you have there, the 2 holes or feet of the box that are on the same side of the shaft bolt to the PLATE. The hole inbetween those two bolts the plate to the frame. On the other side of the shaft, the top hole bolts the plate to the frame, then the bottom does double duty, goes all the way thru the box and frame sandwhiching them together??? do I got it now??? !! I think I got it! I think I got it!!!!! hehe Im a dork...anyways.

So what steering box is it? Looks new! What pump again? How will you set up the pump?

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Re: Toyota Powersteering IS easy photos .

YEp you hit it on the nail its a

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dont no the spfis year of this pump but yea it doea i was impressed hen i pulled it out of the box thanks again Zook94
you also can rebuild them ive seen it on chris sitehttp://www.azrockcrawler.com/_images...eeringbox.html

For the pump again im going to use a chevy pump off a 85 truck photos today or tommorow have to work tonight .

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I have the pump, box and resevior out of an 87 toyota 2wd truck..using the drag link end of the toyota..took that too..just easier...I have seen this do really well,its strong ps....pulled it all from a scrap yard for 40 bucks..complete.How can you go wrong for Power steering for 40 bucks!!!I have not done the install yet..I have watched Yankee BOB do his rig eith the same....Its beefy steering!!!!

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Re: Toyota Powersteering IS easy photos .

yes i kept the ps of the 4x4 84 toyto to do it tell i found out it bolts on the outside of the frame bummer for me so far i have 60$ in this setup

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I just wanted to keep this on top for a couple days so everyone can check it out! Good info

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Re: Toyota Powersteering IS easy photos .

I didnt have time to get pump ontoday i spent 4hrs at doctor office doing thier tests and xrays , next week i have to go in for a sleeping test O JOY!and i jave to work tonight .
I should have pump mount pic up tommoorw if all goes well

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