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Old 11-06-2008, 01:09 PM   #1
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Hello everyone, Just got a 66 mustang coupe (6cyl 200) and have done all the little tune ups that I have read about, changed the engine seals, beltlines, etc and I am currently working on the body. I have noticed that I have a lot of free play on my steering wheel (i woild say 3inch each way) but cant seem to find anything loose?? what should i look for. I also live near a lot of junk yards that are located here in San Diego and across the border, what cars should I be looking for as far as trying to look for front disk brakes to swap out.

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It sounds like your steering gear box is bad.
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contact Joe at Ascension Pony Cars, he has hundreds of older Mustangs and may even have a disc brake setup for you. He also has awesome connections for rebuilding the original parts like your gear box. 225-622-5738 and tell him Benjy told you to call.
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Thanks for the Info. Ive been using Cjponyparts.com to order stuff for my car such as the fuel sending unit and sheet metal. Any other suggestion as far as websites for parts??
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you can always try National Parts Depot to order parts at NPDLink | National Parts Depot
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