This question is for Borgeson.. Why is there a 4.5 degree slant on the 800126 gearbox mounting ears in relation to the input shaft??? The factory gearboxes DO NOT have a slant like this. The mounting ears are perpendicular to the input shaft. Your drawing schematics show this 4.5 angle. When mounted to a factory MOPAR K-Frame the input shaft is pointing 4.5 degrees toward the driver side inner fender! Why, why, why are the 800126 gearbox mounting ears not perpendicular to the input shaft like the factory Power Steering box??? Why did you design it with this 4.5 slant??? What purpose could this have served other than to make certain that the input shaft will never be lined up horizontally with the steering column?