Power steering for the stage one

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rh1000
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Power steering for the stage one

Post by rh1000 »

Hi,

can someone help me where to find a PAS fittable to stage?

Thanks

Paolo
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Post by Pageant Blue 109 V8 »

As far as I am aware this is the only kit available.

If it is suitable for Stage 1, RHD or LHD is another matter:

http://www.heystee-automotive.com/
rh1000
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Post by rh1000 »

Thanks a lot I will try with them.
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Post by Alicerover »

Steer clear of Heystee. Took my money and no parts!! You have been warned!!!If you have a look around the internet most people have used the power steering box from a P38 RangeRover and have changed the steering column to suit, I think using a Defender steering column. Have a look at this site www.expeditionlandrover.info/index.html#contents
map1275
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Post by map1275 »

Flogging the same dead horse again.

This forum really needs a resource of the same old streams so they aren't endlessly repeated.



Simple question; Do you want to be LEGAL and SAFE?

Yes.
then your only alternative is the traditional clamp-on design. Lots of space taken up but does not affect the existing design and is legal just about anywhere in the world.

No.
Just about any of the 'chop the chassis' designs that use a non series III steering box and column.
rh1000
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Post by rh1000 »

I agree with first question, and I'll try to follow this suggestion Legal and Safe!
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harry potter
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Post by harry potter »

l agree with map1275,
could the forum "manager" make the popular topics "sticky" so they stay at the top in the technical discussion area. or make a section called "how do l do this?"
comming things like
power steering
oil pressure
fuel consumption
carbs
ect....
makes it easier to search for information.
who runs/manages the forum - is it sebking?
Kiwistage1V8
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Post by Kiwistage1V8 »

Just use the search function, its better than having half a hundred stickied topics at the top of the list...

:lol:
Stop Global Whining.
map1275
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Post by map1275 »

Quite obviously people aren't, as the same dead horses keep being flogged. So there is some need for redesigning of the site.
redtailhawk
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Post by redtailhawk »

HI
On the ocassions I have used search instead of say 10 hits I normally end up with all even if not relevant
Darren
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Post by disco2hse »

Alan

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