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Old 02-09-2013, 10:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Scout 800 power steering

I know that this conversion has been done lots of times, so there must be a "standard" way to attach the gear to the frame. I looked through the archives, and I couldn't find anything that really helps. Basically, I am trying to mount a Scout II power steering gear onto the frame of a '67 Scout 800. If anyone can direct me to a thread with good pictures, or for that matter, send me some good pictures, I would really appreciate it. I know that some steel plate has to be added, but where? Which, if any, of the existing frame holes can be used, etc., etc. Thanks in advance. Pineneedle
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Old 02-10-2013, 08:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Scout 800 power steering

A day late and a dollar short.
I have seen the completed power steering conversions done a hand full of times. And now wish that I had taken photos and measurements last month of the conversion that you're considering. I recently worked on a 62 - 80 model that was converted to power steering using a 71 to 80 scout II steering gear box and pump.

Sorry that I'm not much help beyond that. Other than taking a look over on this 69, of possibilities, that I'm helping work on with a friend of mine. He has the manual steering with no plans to convert to power assist any time soon
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