Perfect timing for this Bergman forum section to appear! I have a 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee 383 Magnum that I want to install the Borgeson 800126 steering gearbox into. I'd like to use your Mopar Direct Fit Coupler #2136 to connect my steering column to the Borgeson gearbox. Since you said you have extensive experience with these systems, you seem to be the best person to answer my questions. I'm trying to determine all the components I will need and what my options are to go about actually removing the existing stock PS gearbox and installing the Borgeson box. This is my situation. I bought this car about a month ago. The car appears to be a factory PS car, or at least has a factory PS system in it, with the Saginaw style pump and a 1 1/8” sector output shaft. The gearbox leaks profusely and the entire system has been running DEX/MERC ATF fluid for a couple of years, ever since the leaking began. So it has been constantly topped off with ATF. I want to start fresh and run a system with pure PS fluid that has not been contaminated with ATF, so I want to replace the pump and hoses/metal lines also. Because this is a matching numbers drivetrain car, I don't want to modify the steering column so it could be converted back to stock by a future owner if they choose to do so. The car is running long tube exhaust headers. These headers are going to make it a challenge, especially, to remove the stock gearbox. I’ve included several photos of my current setup to aid in answering my questions below: 1) If I remove the driver side torsion bar, do you think I’ll be able to unbolt and remove the stock gearbox, without having to unbolt/remove the driver side header and starter motor? 2) I thought of possibly unbolting the motor mounts and jacking up the engine, but I was told that with my long tube headers still attached to the engine, I may not be able raise it enough. That the headers would prevent raising the engine if they were not unbolted. If that is truly the case, then raising the engine seems pointless. What do you think? 3) How does your Direct Fit coupler differ from the the stock coupler? I know it is supposed to not require shortening of the factory Power Steering column. What is different about the coupler, as it looks similar to the factory coupler? 4) What is the difference between your Pump and the Borgeson Pump? Is your pump a remanufactured factory Saginaw unit? Borgeson states their pump is newly manufactured. Borgeson Pump only uses one front facing bracket, why is that? You have both front and rear facing mounting brackets, but your rear bracket looks different that the rear bracket currently on my car. Your front bracket appears identical to my front bracket. Does the Borgeson Big Block PS Pump kit 800338, use the same diameter PS pulley and belt as my existing stock unit? 5) Borgeson recommends using one of their Fluid Coolers in a Big Block installation. My car is in Phoenix and will be exposed to 115+ degree heat in the summer months. Should I go with the larger 5”x9” Cooler, and if so where is the best place to locate the Cooler on a 1971 Charger? 6) The stock box currently sits flush and secure to the K-Frame. Will I need to grind on my K-Frame mounting bolt areas or on the Borgeson box itself, so that it will fit securely and flush to the K-Frame? Your help is much appreciated!