I’m an old car and truck freak. I appreciate new stuff, and can agree that on paper they are superior to any of the older stuff, but there is something about the older cars and trucks that I just find nice and comfortable. With that said, there are some things we love seeing improved and brought up to more current standards on these older vehicles, and especially on the trucks. Steering is a big one. If you want to use your old C10 like a new truck, then getting a quicker steering box in place of the factory unit has got to be near the top of the list. And as if the age of the boxes wasn’t enough, all those years of abuse and big miles add up to a box with a lot of slop in it. A slow and sloppy steering box is a recipe for no fun and very poor performance.
Thankfully, doing a steering upgrade on a c10 truck is one of the easiest steering upgrades ever. With just a few bolts, two fittings, the rag joint, and nut for the pitman arm, this is a job that anyone can do with just a few tools, and that will make an enormous improvement in steering speed, feel, and comfort. We’ve done similar upgrades on multiple rides, and can testify to the effectiveness of these Borgeson steering boxes. In the video below, Todd from InGear Garage is installing one on his classic C10 Suburban. Watch for some good tips and tricks.
If you are interested in steering upgrades for virtually everything you’d want to own, CLICK HERE TO VISIT BORGESON.COM TO LOOK AT WHAT THEY HAVE FOR YOUR RIDE.