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Old 03-02-2010, 01:25 PM
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Anyone use the CPP quick ratio steering box and PS pump ?

Better yet id love to see a complete parts list of the jeep Cherokee conversion.

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Old 03-02-2010, 03:27 PM
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Check out the AGR resto steering boxes, look like the original. Or you can get a billet one if you don't care about originality. They cost a little more than GC conversion but you can keep your original hoses and rag joint.
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Old 03-02-2010, 04:44 PM
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Cool. Are they quick ratio boxes and where can you get them. I would still like to see a parts list compiled of the jeep coversion for CF.net
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I'll have to dig up the part numbers for the Grand Cherokee swap... the only parts you need is metric adapters for your PS hoses, and a 3/4" x 30-spline rag-joint.

They don't have them listed on the site, but the best source for the parts is from Lee Manufacturing: http://lee-powersteering.com/index.htm
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Old 03-03-2010, 07:25 AM
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The AGR is a quick ratio, Summit sells them.
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I've done numerous Jeep GC steering box conversions...
All 'ya need is a '94-98 GRAND CHEROKEE box, the two flare seat adapters from Lee Mfg, and I use a Dorman #200 rag joint from Advance Auto.
With the flare adapters, you can reuse your existing PS hoses.

Average price of a GC box from pick-a-part is $50
Flare adapters run about $12 with shipping
Rag Joint costs $30
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Was it a nice improvement over the stock box. Would like to possibly autocross a bit with the car and still drive nice on the street. Thanks
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IMO, a great improvement over the stock PS box.
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I have one of the AGR quick ratio boxes. the non stock appearing one. Nice thing about them is they have a different T-bar than the stock or reman boxes even the ones with the same ratio. what you get for that is a "heavier" steering feel. not sluggish or anything, just not feather light. Mine along with the new suspension handles amazing and feels a lot like a new car. I also put in one of the high performance pumps from AGR at the same time. it all bolted up just like stock parts.

not cheap, but i highly recommend it!
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