Electric Power Steering

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Re: Electric Power Steering

#11 Post by Dave B » Wed May 25, 2022 11:16 pm

Roger has just this week advised on FB that he has several pas conversion kits available that he was willing to take to the National in just over a weeks time. I'll PM you his number so you can catch him beforehand.
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Re: Electric Power Steering

#12 Post by Montrosian » Thu May 26, 2022 5:54 pm

Thank you, I have just located a PI quite locally that was to have been a project ( a pick up) dont ask but it looks like I will be able to source most of the parts I need but will contact him for any requirements and info, Thanks again, Keith.

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Re: Electric Power Steering

#13 Post by johnnydog » Thu May 26, 2022 11:18 pm

That sounds like the sensible option Keith!
Although I'm certain you are aware of all the parts you need to remove from the donor car, but just in case, if you search on here, there no doubt will be details of all the actual parts needed, such as the sometimes overlooked or less obvious parts, such as the PAS specific 'tie levers' on the hub knuckles, for example.
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