Steering gear boxes are not the first item you think about when changing fluids or lubricants. The result is years worth of inadequate lubrication causing rough spots or tightness throughout the turning ratio. Which is only enhanced over time due to Corvettes that sit around without being exercised properly. Heck, we've even seen water come out of steering boxes when opening them up. So what's a Corvette owner to do? Zip has a number of potential choices; rebuild your Corvette's original steering box or go the easy route and replace with a complete rebuilt or new unit.
Zip's new reproduction 1963-1969 Early Corvette steering box is completely assembled and ready for installation. This steering box has the factory 16:1 turning ratio and 3/4"-30 spline input shaft. A true direct replacement steering gear box for your 1963-1969 Late Corvette. Correct for both power and non-power steering Corvette applications. New reproduction steering boxes are made from the original GM Saginaw tooling.
Note: 1963-1969 Early Corvette steering boxes have a "round" worm gear at the connection for the column coupler.
Zip Corvette will purchase used or original Corvette steering boxes. If you're replacing your original steering components with new reproductions - call a Zip salesperson for more information about selling your Corvette's factory steering box. Purchased steering boxes must be rebuildable.
|Model Year||1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969|
- OE GM PART #: 7808927
*GM part # provided for lookup purposes only.
- WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including nickel (metallic) and chromium (hexavalent compounds) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects, or other reproductive harm (For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov)
Borgeson is the leading manufacturer and supplier of aftermarket steering components for the street rod, racing, specialty automotive, OEM and pickup truck markets. Borgeson acquired all of the original equipment, tooling, drawings and the OE manufacturing rights for all Saginaw manual steering gear boxes and currently produces these components in their state of the art manufacturing facility in Torrington, Connecticut.