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Old September 25th, 2010, 06:50 PM
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I've decided it's time to give up my exercise program (RRC/D90 hybrid with manual steering), so I'm shopping for a RHD power steering box.
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I've decided it's time to give up my exercise program (RRC/D90 hybrid with manual steering), so I'm shopping for a RHD power steering box.
I can pull the one off my 1983 110 RHD if that will work for you, it might me a few weeks though
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Old September 25th, 2010, 07:28 PM
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I can pull the one off my 1983 110 RHD if that will work for you, it might me a few weeks though
Things here move at a snail's pace. Do you have a price?
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the 110 I sold you is manual.
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I was wondering that, I was going to check tomorrow.
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sorry man cant have everything.

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How many do u want? new or second hand?
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