Jim Shea is a retired GM engineer that actually worked on Saginaw steering systems and related for a bunch of different cars, but specifically C3's. He has a bunch of papers posted on the net - just Google, "Jim Shea Steering Papers" or "Jim Shea Corvette Steering" and the site will come up. I've posted this info before, but thought it would be a good time to remind folks of this useful resource. Since I am an engineer myself I enjoy reading about some of the engineering and design that went into our cars back in the 60's and 70's. But there is also a wealth of practical how-to kind of knowledge in these papers. Enjoy!
1976 Silver/Firethorn. L48, 4spd. Original 2 bolt, vortec heads, 9.4:1 CR, Speed Pro Cam: firstname.lastname@example.org, 112 LSA, Eagle Steel Crank.
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