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2856SNI-4T Redhead Reman Steering Box - Dodge Cummins 5.9L - 1980-1993

SKU: RH2856SNI-4T
Référence fabricant: 2856SNI-4T
Replace the damaged or worn steering gear in your 1980-1993 Dodge Full Size Truck (For Trucks With 37" Tires And Larger) with the RedHead Steering Gears 2856SNI 4T Steering Box (18:1 Ratio).

Détails du Produit (cliquez pour afficher)

Référence fabricant 2856SNI-4T
Poids (livres): 29,00 lbs.
Dimensions: 13,00" x 9,00" x 11,00"

Spécifications produits

Attribute name Attribute value
Brand Redhead Steering Gears
Type de produit Steering Box

PRODUCT OPTIONS

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Since this is a remanufactured product, a temporary "core charge" is added up front until we receive your original unit back. Once received and inspected, the charge will be reversed back to you. The core charge will be added to the price below. (Required)

$654.15

Overview

Replace the damaged or worn steering gear in your 1980-1993 Dodge Full Size Truck (For Trucks With 37" Tires And Larger) with the RedHead Steering Gears 2856SNI 4T Steering Box (18:1 Ratio). Each Steering Box is built for a direct-fit installation that fits in the factory location. Remanufactured from quality materials, each RedHead Steering Box is built to be stronger than the OE unit. RedHead is a family owned and operated company with more than 40 years of experience providing quality remanufactured steering boxes.

Features

  • Remanufactured
  • Direct-Fit Replacement
  • Meets & Exceeds Factory Specs
  • Shafts Are Flame Sprayed Or Replaced As Needed
  • New Control Valves Installed On Some Applications
  • Housing Are Machined And Needle Bearings Installed
  • Sealing Surface Polished To A Higher Polish Than New
  • Sector Shaft Checked On A Lathe For Straight And True
  • Worm And Piston Assembled With New Precision Fit Steel Ball Bearings

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Ratio: 18:1 (4 Turns)
  • Input: SNI (Small Notch Input) 31 Spline
  • Output: 4 Master Spline, 32 Spline
  • Fittings: O-Ring
  • Weight: 29.00 lbs

HOW DO I BLEED, OR PURGE AIR, FROM MY STEERING GEAR BOX SYSTEM?

  • After installing the gearbox, fill the system with fluid.
  • Raise the front wheels off the ground, do not start the vehicle.
  • Work the steering wheel back and forth, lock to lock, 15-20 times.
  • Leave the vehicle sit (overnight is best) at least 2 hours
  • Top the pump reservoir off again.
  • Work the steering wheel back and forth again 7-10 times
  • Have a person in the vehicle and another at the pump reservoir with a container of fluid & funnel ready to pour if necessary.
  • Instruct the person in the vehicle to start the engine. As soon as this happens, if the fluid level drops, be ready to pour in more fluid. The level must be kept at an almost full level or it will suck in air again.
  • If this procedure is followed properly, the air problem will be solved.

Notes

  • Recommended For Trucks With 37" Tires And Larger.
  • Be Aware That This Generation Truck Occasionally Had Manual Steering