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Nice job getting that pump in there. I don't like the remote resevoir setup I have. It spills fluid on off camber stuff. You may want to make a heat shield for that though, or toss a cooler in there. Mine ran really hot till I change to Hytran Ultra, it's a fluid used for tractors. I also tossed a transmission cooler I found on the side of a trail in for good measure

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I have a power steering cooler i got off a 460 big block laying around the shop somewhere im going to install as soon as a trip over it .

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Looks Good DP, I'm going to take some pic's of mine as soon as I can. I'm using the one off the Jeep that I took the 2.8L out of, everything looks like it will work!

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For you "do it yourselfer's", you will need to adapt the Zuk draglink to the Toyota pitman arm. I'm selling my "Z" link that is already adapted to the Toyota box for $50 plus shipping if anyone's interested. It's the same Z link that Petroworks provides with their PS kit.

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Zuk jr.

How do you like that Od paint job?
I have 6gl of that paint donated buy the natinol gaurd for my derbycars .
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