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1967 - 1970 Manual or power steering OEM factory conversion tips.
The drag links, pitman arms, and idler arms are all specific to manual or power steering suspension systems. Meaning that these three components need to be changed together during a conversion. Another thing to consider, the factory installed 20:1 steering boxes into cars with manual steering. Cougars and Mustangs with the Competition Handling package (sometimes called Improved Performance Option) received the 16:1 ratio steering box which is the same as all 1967-70 cars with factory power steering. On manual steer cars, the 20:1 ratio box requires much less effort to turn the steering wheel, but requires 4-5/8 turns 'lock to lock'. The 16:1 ratio steering box requires considerable more effort but requires only 3-3/4 turns of the wheel - 'lock to lock'.
Unique for the 1969 351 Windsor engines without air conditioning. Flat steel bar stock spacer that positions the power steering pump a measured distance away from the cylinder head. The bars are 3-3/8" x 3/4" x 1/2" in size. The threaded hole in the center is tapped 3/8-16. The two outer holes for attaching to the cylinder head are 11/33" holes on a 2-9/16 inch center. Verify the pre-tapped holes in your cylinder head if making your own spacer. For 1970, a round spacer was used, as could be...
Economy Small Block Powering Steering Adjustment Bracket. Lighter weight material than OEM. Replaces Ford Part #: C7SZ-3A732-A.
Perfect fit for your 289, 302, or 351w with or without AC but a hard sell when our good used rust free brackets cost less . . .
Sleeve and hardware for joining the inner and outer tie rods together. This also is a 'toe in' adjustment part. Sold individually, two needed per car. Replaces Ford Part #: C2AA-3310-A
384543-S8 Power steering pump adjusting spacer for use without air conditioning. For most 1970 - 1973 Mercury Cougar or Ford Mustang with 351C engines. Spacer dimensions: 7/16" I.D. and 1/2" thick.*Note 1970 and later cars with 302 or 351W engines use a 3/4 inch spacer.
384542-S2 Power steering pump adjusting spacer for use without air conditioning. For all 1970 and later Mercury Cougar or Ford Mustang with 302 or 351W engines. Spacer dimensions: 7/16" I.D. and 3/4" thick.*Note - 351C engines use a 1/2 inch spacer.
Reservoir Attaching Nut 351335-S38 - Used Nuts for attaching the oil reservoir to the pump. The larger of the two nuts goes against the can. Threads of 5/8"-18 to fit the high pressure port. This is a pair of nuts, one tall and one short. Please follow the assembly procedures for the Ford power steering pump in the Ford shop manuals. Fits all small block V-8 engines, except for 1970 with 351 engine, and Mustang with 302 engines. 1970 302 / 351 engines used a different pump with an offset...
Used Nuts for attaching the oil reservoir to the pump. Two nuts used for attaching the reservoir to the pump. Nuts fit the high pressure port. This is a pair of nuts. Please follow the assembly procedures for the Ford power steering pump in the Ford shop manuals. Fits all small block V-8 engines, on 1970 Mercury Cougar and Ford Mustang. 1970 428CJ engines used a different pump with smaller diameter line fitting.
Sold individually, pivot stud for the aluminum power steering pump mounting bracket. fits all applications for small or big block. Also used on the 1970 Mercury Cougar with 428CJ. Phosphate & Oil (gray-black)
Bare metal power steering hose bracket for any 1967-69 small block Mercury Cougar or Ford Mustang. 289-2V, 289-4V, 302-2V, 302-4V, 351-2V, and 351-4V. No rubber insulator included.
Stamped steel bracket for mounting the power steering pump. Ford called this bracket the 'power steering pump adjusting bracket'. For any 1970 Cougar or Mustang with 351 or Boss 302 engines, additionally Mustangs with F code 302 V8 engines too. Note the larger "U" shaped fitting to fit the 1970 only larger pressure port. A small spacer was used when installed without air conditioning.
D1AZ-3A732-A Stamped steel bracket for mounting the power steering pump. Ford called this bracket the 'power steering pump adjusting bracket'. For any 1971 Cougar or Mustang with the one year only 429 Cobra Jet or Super Cobra Jet engine with or without air conditioning. Additionally this bracket fits 1970 - 1971 Torino / Cyclone / Ranchero with 429CJ engines. We have notice a some minor variations on this bracket, compared to the picture. *Note - Must be used in conjunction with the block...
For any 1967 or 1968 Cougar with either a 289 or 302 engine. Virtually the same bracket as for the 1969 351W engine. Except for the obvious 1-1/4 inch hole in the middle of the bracket, they are the same. Compare the OEM used part price to the reproduction part. Ford master part number C7AZ-3C511-A, same part number as the 351W bracket with the addition of the large hole. Ford intended to have a casting number stamped on these brackets and it would have been C7AA-3C511-B.
For 1969 351W engines only. This bracket will physically work with any 1967 - 68 289 or 302 engine, but for 1969 the bracket should not have a large stamped hole through the middle. Ford master part number C7AZ-3C511-A, same part number as the 289/302 bracket with the deletion of the large hole. Ford intended to have a casting number stamped on these brackets and it would be C7AA-3C511-C.
For restoration purposes, this bracket was factory painted satin black.
Perfect fit for use with AC or non-AC 67, 68, 69, or 70 Cougar with the 390, 427, or 428 big block.
For any year 1967 1968 1969 1970 Mercury Cougar with an FE 390, 427, or 428CJ engine. Identified by the round dimple stamped into it. Compare the OEM used part price to the reproduction part.
For restoration purposes, this bracket was factory painted satin black.
D0AZ-3A732-C Stamped steel bracket for mounting the power steering pump. Ford called this bracket the 'power steering pump adjusting bracket'. For any factory air conditioned or non-air conditioned 1971 - 1973 Cougar or Mustang with 351 engines, additionally used on Mustangs with the F code 302 V8 engines.
This cast bracket bolts to the frame on the driver side and anchors the power steering hydraulic cylinder. One of the benefits of buying parts from Western parts cars is that they have not been corroded by salt! This part comes "as taken from a parts car".
The originals hang at a slightly different angle than the reproductions. Comes as shown with original rubber insulator. New rubber available upon request. Replaces Ford part # C7ZZ-3C510-A, and C7ZZ-3C510-C.
Power steering hose bracket for early model Mustangs.
Used original lower power steering hose mounting bracket for 289 / 302 / 351 1967-69. Comes as shown with rubber insulator. This used version has the indexing tab which the reproduction does not. May come with new bolt and or rubber insulator.Replaces Ford part # C7DZ-3A609-A, C7DZ-3A610-A, C7ZZ-3C510-B, and C8ZZ-3C510-A.
Reproduction ram cylinder bracket bushings for the 68 - 70 Cougar or Mustang. If you're having trouble with the bushings on your car ripping or tearing through the hole in your power steering ram cylinder bracket (more so with our reproduction drop down bracket), you can purchase this pair of polyurethane bushings to replace your existing ones. The boot kit we sell also comes with similar bushings, but are a lower quality item, so this set should solve your problem. Sold as a pair. ...
Due to the vulnerable location of the control valve these often get cracked or worn through from rubbing on other components. Fits most all Ford passenger cars 1962-1970. Replaces Ford part number C2AZ-3C705-B
Replaces Ford part # C7AZ-3A006-C of D1VY-3A006-A.
Replaces Ford part # C7AZ-3A006-C or D1VY-3A006-A.
1967 - 1971 Ford power steering pump dipstick. Used until 2-8-1971.
1971 - 1973 Ford power steering pump dipstick. Used starting 2-8-1971.
New castle nut for all power steering control valve ball stud found on 1967-70 Mercury Cougar and Ford Mustang. 3/4 inch hex nut, with 1/2-20 threads. Connects the Pitman arm to the ball stud on the P/S control valve. Don't forget the cotter pin. Verify your shop manual for correct year torque specifications. We found one source of 28-35 FT LBS. for the Pitman Arm nut to control valve. Ford numbers for attaching nut: 1967-68 351059-S, 1969-70 385002-S.
Power steering drag link for any Cougar or Mustang from 1967 - 1968 with factory power steering system. *Concours tip - This is a natural cast iron part that originally had a yellow stripe for identification on the assembly line.Replaces Ford part number C7ZZ-3304-B .
C9ZZ-3304-B Power steering drag link for most 1969 Cougars and Mustangs (excludes G code Boss 302 cars) with a factory power steering system. 1969 Boss 302 Eliminators and Mustangs used a heavier duty drag link that was adopted for use starting in 1970, on all Cougars and Mustangs. *Concours tip - This is a natural cast iron part that originally had a pink stripe for identification on the assembly line.
Power steering drag link for all 1970 Cougar and Mustang and 1969 Boss 302 Cougar Eliminator & Boss2 Mustang with power assist manual steering system. This power steering drag link may have a 1970 part number, but it is basically the same as the 1969 Boss 302 version, which was much thicker than the standard 1969 power steering drag link. Can be installed on 1969 Mercury Cougar and Ford Mustangs as long as you upgrade to 1970 inner tie rods.The 1970 drag link measures about 0.850 inches...
Steering drag link for all power steering and non-power steering Cougars and Mustangs from 1971 - 1973.Replaces Ford part number D3ZZ-3304-A .
This complete four piece kit is for any small block 289, 302, or 351 Windsor Cougar 1967, 1968 and 1969.
This complete four part kit is correct for any 1967-68 small block 289 or 302, and 351 Windsor Mercury Cougar or Ford anything 1967, 1968 and 1969. Used aluminum pump mounting bracket, front adjusting bracket with large hole, pivot stud, and nut.If you do not have a air conditioning you will need a spacer in place of the round spacer shown. If you have the 351 Windsor without A/C, you will need a the rectangular spacer which is sold separately.
This complete four part kit is correct for any 1969 small block 351 Windsor Mercury Cougar or Ford anything 1969. Used aluminum pump mounting bracket, front adjusting bracket with large hole, pivot stud, and nut. If you do not have a air conditioning you will need a the rectangular spacer which is sold separately.
Premium quality original FORD valve that has been re-manufactured to original tolerances. Quality part that is rebuilt by a true craftsman here in the USA. *NOTE: Our rebuilt and reproduction control valves all come pre-lubed with the correct amount of grease. If out of the box you add more grease, you will damage the valve. Unlike some suspension parts these are not designed to add grease until you see the grease coming out of the seal. Our warranty does not cover over lubricating. ...
Unfortunately we have had a high rate of returns due to failure on these and can no longer enthusiastically recommend them. Please consider our original rebuilt units. This is the large nut control valve that Ford switched to after 1967. Many 1967 Cougars have been converted to the 1968 valve over the years so you may want to double check your valve before ordering. These units are designed to use type F fluid, not off the shelf power steering fluid. Please follow the procedures for...
This unit was used only one year on the Cougar and is unique because of its smaller fitting (1/4") for the pressure hose. Many 1967 Cougars have been converted to the 1968 valve over the years so you may want to double check your valve before ordering. We highly recommend upgrading to the large nut (5/16") control valve as the small nut control valve posses a potential safety issue, thus the reason why Ford replaced it the following year. The small nut system was engineered dangerously close...
Reproduction power steering drop bracket for the Mercury Cougar or Ford Mustang.
Installation of this bracket is easy but you will have to make a spacer to fit on the outside of the frame rail. Hopefully you bought this bracket first before you tore out the nut inserts in the frame. If not you will need to get them up for now. Then tap the bracket toward the the outside of the car and make sure the cross bolt lines up. Then measure the gap and make a spacer to fit. A half inch nut and a couple of washers usually work just fine. It's not necessary to get fancy with this...
Aftermarket type hoses without original Ford markings in most cases. Made in the U.S.A. This is the upper pressure hose, or the pump end only. Lower pressure hose Replaces Ford Part # : D0OZ-3A719-C
Nut for attaching the power steering pump bracket onto the pivot stud coming out of the cylinder head. All 1967-69 Mercury Cougar and Ford Mustang engines additionally used on 1970 428CJ engines.
C8ZA-3494-A Lower pressure hose. High pressure hose from the insulator to the control valve. All correct ribbing, striping, and crimping. Has correct colored protective sheathing. *Note - There are two halves to the pressure hose from the pump to the control valve. This is the lower half only. Please see the various part numbers for the upper section of pressure hose.
New power steering pressure hose for late 1972 and all of 1973 Mercury Cougar and Ford Mustang with 351 engines. This was a re-engineered hose to eliminate that 1971-72 extra long hose that doubles back on itself. Has brass fitting for attaching the pump end steel tube fitting, you need to save that steel tube. Made in the U.S.A. Replaces Ford Part # D1ZZ-3A719-A
Lower pressure hose for any 1967-70 Mercury Cougar and Ford Mustang, but with a V-8. The factory power steering pressure hose originally was a two piece hose. This is the valve end pressure hose. Valve end has the 5/16" flared male fitting, and a 3/8" female fitting at the connector. Hose is about 20 inches long overall. Fits 289, 302, 351, 390, and 428CJ.
This Pump to Value Outlet Pressure Hose is 100% correct for the 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 big block. This hose has industrial high pressure fittings that are much higher quality than those available by most Mustang / Cougar Parts Dealers. Replaces Ford Part #: C9OZ-3A319-C.
This Pump to Value Outlet Pressure Hose is 100% correct for the 1969 small block, and will work for the 1967 or 1968 with the 5/16 inch control valve fitting if the power steering hoses are routed the same as on the big block engines. The big block routing is far superior to the original routing as the original routing was susceptible to rubbing against the exhaust manifold. This hose has industrial high pressure fittings that are much higher quality than those available by most Mustang /...