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Steering box rebuild

TexCaliBII

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Can anyone tell me how to get the worm and valve assy out of the vavle housing? I put my steering box in the parts washer whole thinking I would have no issue rebuilding it with the kit I got. Well, I now have cleaner/water in hte valve housing I annot get out no matter how much I blow compress air into it. How do you get the lock bolt off the worm and valve assy? The way it is crimpted on will not seem to allow it to be removed and there is not a new one in the kit? Any help out there wth this? Thanks in advance for any help.
 


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Thanks, I checked our tech section and saw those articles but niether told me what I needed to know but after some more searching I actually found out how to get it apart on a full size Bronco site. This write-up was great. Just in case someone else runs into this I post it here. Thanks for the suggestions though, I really ppreciate it.

http://4x4.forensick.net/88bronco/images/sbr/index.htm
 
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That's a great link!
 

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