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PSC or Redneck Ram gear box?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by pomai, Apr 27, 2005.

  1. pomai

    pomai 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Anybody have experiences with PSC Or Redneck Ram steering boxes?
    Thanks Ed
     
  2. pomai

    pomai 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    For thoses of you who had purchased 2 WD power steering gear boxes, where did you get them from? Thanks Ed
     
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    Redneck Ram is just a rebuilt stock box with holes drilled and tapped. No knowledge of the PSC box. Haven't heard anything good about AGR. I just went to the junkyard and got a box off a 2WD.
     
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    To my knowledge, no one has new boxes, they are all rebuilds.

    BUT, Redneck Ram boxes are rebuilt with parts FAR superior than stock. I know for a fact that every part that goes in the box is of higher grade than stock, but divulging details would be giving away Matt's secrets.
     
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    I've read more good stuff about PSC than I have about the Redneck Ram stuff.
     
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    I just found that out the other day too. I always assumed there boxes were just rebuilt with stock parts and they drilled two holes in it. From what I heard they used higher quality parts and modify the box to flow better. What they do exactly, I dont know. That is there 'only secret' that they will not give out.
     
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    I have a buddy (who has no computer) who had several problems with redneck stuff. He sent the system back several times and never solved the problems he had, (although he did say the customer service at WTO was great :D ) He ordered the complete PSC setup, it went on with no problems and is stii running fine, turning 40" MTR's AND running hydroboost brakes.

    When I do my hydro on the 88c30 I will be ordering PSC.
     
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    I ran the complete PSC system on my 98 before i sold it. No complaints at all.
     
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    Whats the link for the psc stuff?
     
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    I've heard good stuff about PSC also.

    Another company to try is Howe!
     
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