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Mar 12, 2008

Mustang Power Steering Cylinders

Yesterday, we talked about having a choice between different quality levels of the same part. Here is another great example-the Mustang Power Steering Cylinder. There is an imported reproduction offered that is only really correct for the 1967-70 model.

For just a bit more money, you can buy a much better USA Made cylinder. It is available in the correct 1965-66 size and the 1967-70 size. We sell lots more of the USA Made ones than the imported ones. We also have virtually no returns on these nicer parts.
Also, don't forget the boot kit. This is one of our most popular parts.


Papa Scott said...

I have a 68 hardtop. The front end has had new upper and lower control arms, heavy front sway bar and tie rod ends and an new power steering control valve and it still wanders on the road especially after it gets warmed up. Could the power steering cylinder be bad. It appears that the steering box is tight.

Virginia Classic Mustang Inc said...

Not really sure. It is probably not the power steering cylinder though. It is difficult to determine the problem without physically checking several items. Thanks for reading.