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Old 04-08-2011, 08:38 PM   #1
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Question Power steering fitting size?

I need some help.....almost finished with my carbed 357 swapped into my 95 camaro and I'm not that familiar with fitting sizes. Anyone know what te fitting sizes are that go into the steering box? A 3/8 almost fit into one of them. My camaro was a v6 if that helps. Thanks to all. Want to go with a manual steering setup but I'm on a budget on the moment haha
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