Easily upgrade to the AAR-style 12:1 steering ratio without having to change your steering box!
Hotchkis Sport Suspension 3004 Quick 12:1 Ratio Pitman/Idler Steering Arm for 66-76 Mopar A B or E Body cars. Fits 1970-74 E-Body cars and 1966-76 B-Body cars and only 1966-1976 A-Body cars using A-Body 73-76 Center link and spindles. Bolt-in fast ratio steering for ultimate handling that was previously only found on rare AAR Cudas and T/A Challengers. Quickens ratio from 16:1 (3.5 turns lock-to-lock) to 12:1 (2.75 turns lock-to-lock) Forged heat treated housings and ball studs for rugged durability Black e-coated to prevent rust.Hotchkis Quick Ratio Idler and Pitman Arm Kit upgrades your Dodge A B or E Body cars steering to a quick 12:1 ratio from the slower factory 16:1 ratio. This easy bolt on upgrade brings your steering up to the performance level of the legendary AAR Cuda and the TA Challengers. The idler and pitman arm feature forged heat treated housings and ball studs for added strength and durability. To prevent corrosion the part is finished in a durable black e-coat finish. Important Application Data: This Product Fits The Following. 1967-1972 A-Body Cars (Dodge Demon Dodge Dart Plymouth Valiant Plymouth Scamp Plymouth Duster Plymouth Barracuda.) Note: Only fits cars using 73-76 Center link and spindles. May not clear some aftermarket headers except Schumacher Tri-Y and 440 (High Deck). 1973-1976 A-Body Cars (Dodge Dart Sport Dodge Dart Plymouth Valiant Plymouth Scamp Plymouth Duster). Note: May not clear aftermarket headers except Schumacher Tri-Y and 440 (High Deck). 1966-73 B-Body Cars (Dodge Charger Dodge Coronet Dodge Super Bee Plymouth GTX Plymouth Roadrunner Plymouth Satellite) 1970-1974 E-Body Cars (Cuda Challenger). The following header brands and models are known to fit on B&E Body Cars. Flo Tech Hedman Big Block part #78030 & 78038 HD Hooker small block 1 5/8 in. comp. 1 3/4 in. comp #5208 Mopar Performance Big Block 1 3/4 in. TTI Small Block 1 3/4 in. with slight dimple to tube.**Note**Only fits the Small-sector shaft cars