[DML] Re: Power steering?
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[DML] Re: Power steering?

For those interested in Power Steering, look at the way Honda solved 
this problem in the previous age:
This type of power steering could be something for D drivers with 
underpowered muscles.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "content22207" <brobertson@...> wrote:
> Re: DeLo steering: remember also that we do not have any sort of
> flexible coupling in the column -- just a rubber grommet in the
> firewall (more quality DMC engineering?). Every imperfection in the
> road is transferred directly to the steering wheel. I find it
> especially noticeable on asphalt that has gotten hot & rutted by
> trucks in the right hand lane. You'd think the lugs nuts were loose 
> actually stopped & checked the first time I encountered the
> sensation). A simple lane change now confirms everything is OK with 
> fine little ride.
> Re: DeLo power steering: With stock exhaust, is there any place to
> mount a belt driven pump? (Volvo uses the lower left corner for its
> alternator mount).
> Bill Robertson
> #5939

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