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Old 12-11-2017, 11:23 AM   #51
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Re: Back to the Basics: Re-Sealing a leaky power steering box

Great tutorial. I will be referring to this in the near future. To bad photobucket had to impose their damage to another fine thread. Even got the one at Pirate4x4
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Old 04-24-2018, 11:26 AM   #52
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Re: Back to the Basics: Re-Sealing a leaky power steering box

Might want to rehost the photos on imgur or something. Looks like photobucket is holding them hostage.
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Old 04-24-2018, 11:49 AM   #53
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Re: Back to the Basics: Re-Sealing a leaky power steering box

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Might want to rehost the photos on imgur or something. Looks like photobucket is holding them hostage.
depending on the browser you use there are photobucket workaround applets that can restore the images for you.

For Firefox I'm using the "Photobucket Hotlink" extension. (think it would work in chrome too but not certain)
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Old 04-24-2018, 12:02 PM   #54
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Re: Back to the Basics: Re-Sealing a leaky power steering box

Works perfect in chrome. Thanks for the tip!
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Old 12-24-2018, 01:05 AM   #55
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Re: Back to the Basics: Re-Sealing a leaky power steering box

So Ive done a ton of stuff but never rebuilt a steering box (until today) Managed to get it all the way apart and back together working perfectly on the bench lock to lock smooth. Installed back in the truck and still smooth lock to lock. Added fluid and was turning the wheel while off to fill and bleed. Iafter about 4-5 lock to lock turns it got a stiff spot about 3/4 to lock on the right will go past it but there is a pop inside the box. Anyone ever run in to this and think they might know whats going on? Im petty sure all the balls were put in alternated but if I mixed up 2 could that be it? The color was so close it was hard to tell.
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