We can all admit that new cars steer a lot better than our factory Mopars from the 70s. Now with improvements on tires, joints, bushings, etc., it is not really fair to compare the two. However, if you would like to improve the flighty, boat like driving experience on your 1968 Charger, you can easily do so with an upgrade from Borgeson.
Borgeson has been around since 1914 and they understand what it takes to deliver a smooth bind free steering experience. Although your ’68 Charger might seem like it steers ok, and the steering wheel turns ok, we guarantee there is improvement that can be made.
Borgeson has put together a complete steering solution for your big block or small block Mopar car from 1962-1972. The Borgeson Quick Ratio Modern Power Steering Conversion Kit will not only replace your leaky steering box, but also deliver a quicker 14:1 steering ratio.
If your Mopar did not originally come with power steering, this kit is perfect for you. Everything you need to convert from manual steering is in the kit. Even your manual steering column will work with the kit.
Borgeson does offer the Mopar power steering kit with a 1-1/4” or 1-1/8” pitman shaft. Either size pitman arm is offered in small block or big block configuration. The kit includes 14:1 quick ratio steering box, pump, bracket, pulley, hoses and steering column coupler.
Whether you are a weekend driver, racer, daily driver, etc., the Borgeson Quick Ratio Modern Power Steering Conversion Kit is right for you. You should enjoy driving your classic Mopar no matter where you are going.