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  • barnlark
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    Too bad you are so far away. I have a low mileage Ross box, shaft and arm from my 60 taking up space in my garage. You could have it. I'd even buy your nos sag for a spare

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  • N8N
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    i *believe* so, but i don't remember how the Ross box runs the horn wire, make sure that it's compatible with the Saginaw. This is one of those things that I've assumed works based on a little parts book research and observation, and said "if I ever had an early sedan, this is what I would do" but never actually had an early sedan to play with

    If you have the jacket, t/s housing, etc. out of the car I would dig out the Saginaw and test fit it and let us know. I am pretty sure you'll need a pitman arm to match the Saginaw box.

    nate

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  • Rosstude
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    So- 57 the wheel and mast will bolt onto a later Lark box? If so, that changes my plans. I have a NOS Lark Saginaw box I picked up years ago, but it is less mast and pitman arm.

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    Ross.
    Riverside, Ca.
    1957 Provincial X2
    1958 Transtar

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  • N8N
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    A '57 should use the later style column and wheel, I'd be tempted to look into transplanting a Lark Saginaw box.

    nate

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