Help Pitman arm AGR GEARBOX

Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering, Brake & Wheel Topics' started by BamaRocker, Mar 10, 2016.

  1. BamaRocker

    BamaRocker Veteran Member

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    Few years back had someone install AGR GEARBOX in my 72 Camaro…Car react better but steering has been so sloppy, well I have a new guy looking at it now and apparently the pitman arm is way off…


    They original installed a straight pitman arm, I am needing one with and a bend or drop down to help with height difference.

    Does anyone know what pitman arm this would be….


    Thanks.
     
  2. Skip Fix

    Skip Fix Veteran Member

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    Why do you need the drop one? My 79 PS Camaro had a straight 7", all Pontiacs have a shorter 6" dropped one. They just have to be matched to the correct centerlink at the idler arm side.
     
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    grzewnicki Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    My 72 has a straight one in it, with an AGR box, no problems. I think my old manual steering box had a drop down arm, been a while so I don't really recall.
     
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    My 73 has a flat pitman arm and I swapped in a 89 IROC box and have no issues
     
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    Well found out today why all the front suspension components do not line up, apparently the frame on my car is bent and off 2 or 3 inches. So now I am on the hunt for a new sub frame.

    Any suggestions on finding new one. Prefer stock.
     
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