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  1. #1
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    1st Gen Camaro/Nova Front Ridetech Set Up, Wilwood Hubs & Sweet Mfg. Gearbox

    Decided to sell my project and the parts I had collected for it. All parts, except one spindle and hub, are brand new and have sat in storage for the past two years. Items were removed from the boxes to inspect for shipping damage and take the pictures below. One spindle and hub were used for brake mockup, and the spindle has slight surface rust as shown in the pictures, the other spindle/hub were left in the box and are in like-new shape. I would prefer to sell almost everything together, but will part out depending on interest received for parts. Will also include a set of lightly used ½” ARP 12 point screw studs for free with the hubs as well.

    Located in Lincoln, NE 68506. Shipping will be split with buyer.

    If you're interested in multiple items please let me know and we can work out a package deal. Message me here or text/call 586-206-2459.

    Thanks!

    ridetech 11163699 Front Upper StrongArms for 1967-1969 F-Body & 1968-1974 Nova SOLD
    ridetech 11162899 Front Lower StrongArms for 1967-1969 F-Body & 1968-1974 Nova SOLD
    Ridetech 11169525 Tru Turn Upgrade Package for 1967-1969 F-Body & 1968-1974 Nova $600
    Ridetech 11169100 Front Muscle Bar Sway Bar for 1967-1969 F-Body & 1968-1974 Nova SOLD
    Ridetech 11009300 Tall Spindles (Pair) SOLD
    Wilwood 270-7037 Front Hat Mount Hub (Pair) $200
    Sweet Manufacturing 208-12185 1964-88 GM Power Steering Box 12:1 Ratio $450 (Labeled as front steer, but confirmed to work in first gen Camaros with rear steer)

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    Last edited by TheAce; 1 Week Ago at 11:39 AM. Reason: Fixed incorrect gearbox information and lowered price.

  2. #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAce View Post
    Decided to sell my project and the parts I had collected for it. All parts, except one spindle and hub, are brand new and have sat in storage for the past two years. Items were removed from the boxes to inspect for shipping damage and take the pictures below. One spindle and hub were used for brake mockup, and the spindle has slight surface rust as shown in the pictures, the other spindle/hub were left in the box and are in like-new shape. I would prefer to sell almost everything together, but will part out depending on interest received for parts. Will also include a set of lightly used ½” ARP 12 point screw studs for free with the hubs as well.

    Located in Lincoln, NE 68506. Shipping will be split with buyer.

    If you're interested in multiple items please let me know and we can work out a package deal. Message me here or text/call 586-206-2459.

    Thanks!

    ridetech Front Upper StrongArms for 1967-1969 F-Body & 1968-1974 Nova $475
    ridetech Front Lower StrongArms for 1967-1969 F-Body & 1968-1974 Nova $675
    Ridetech Tru Turn Upgrade Package for 1967-1969 F-Body & 1968-1974 Nova $625
    Ridetech Front Muscle Bar Sway Bar for 1967-1969 F-Body & 1968-1974 Nova $500
    Ridetech Tall Spindles (Pair) $340
    Wilwood 270-7037 Front Hat Mount Hub (Pair) $225
    Sweet Manufacturing 1964-88 GM Power Steering Box 12:1 Ratio $475

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    Do you have the part number on the steering box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheveezy View Post
    Do you have the part number on the steering box?
    Hi, Sweet Manufacturing PN 208-12185. I've also included the link to Speedway PN 91032516 where I purchased it from.



    https://www.speedwaymotors.com/Sweet...Query=91032516


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    Ace, that steering box says front steer. FGs are rear steer.
    Chris
    1968 Chevy Camaro SS
    LS3/T56 Ridetech suspension


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    Quote Originally Posted by 130fe View Post
    Ace, that steering box says front steer. FGs are rear steer.
    Thanks for catching that; I didn't notice it before. I'll update the post.

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    Bump for price drop.

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    I thought the pitman arms were what dictated front/rear steer? I have a quick ratio box on my car from a front steer Jeep Grand Cherokee on my rear steer Camaro. Just installed the pitman arm in the correct orientation.


    1968 Camaro LS6, T56, Z51 brakes, 12 bolt, Speedtech, Hotchkis, DSE
    1976 T/A LS1, 6 Speed, C5 front brakes, and etc. SOLD

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryeguy2006a View Post
    I thought the pitman arms were what dictated front/rear steer? I have a quick ratio box on my car from a front steer Jeep Grand Cherokee on my rear steer Camaro. Just installed the pitman arm in the correct orientation.
    Now that I think about this logically, you are correct. To verify and remove all doubt, I turned the input shaft and the output shaft rotated the correct way for a rear steer vehicle with a forward facing pitman arm. This box is a GM 800 box with upgraded internals which further verifies it will work with first gen Camaros. I'll update the post again