Borgeson 800127 (Large Sector) Quick Ratio Steering Box Applications

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Not all B bodies I know but below is a full list of applications for our part #800127 1-1/4" large sector shaft steering box.
Year______Make__Model
1971-1965 Chrysler 300
1979-1975 Chrysler Cordoba
1975-1968 Chrysler Imperial
1979-1977 Chrysler LeBaron
1979-1965 Chrysler New Yorker
1979-1965 Chrysler Newport
1979-1971 Chrysler Town & Country
1979-1976 Dodge Aspen
1974-1973 Dodge Challenger
1978-1973 Dodge Charger
1976-1973 Dodge Coronet
1965-1965 Dodge Custom
1976-1973 Dodge Dart
1979-1977 Dodge Diplomat
1979-1978 Dodge Magnum
1977-1965 Dodge Monaco
1973-1965 Dodge Polara
1977-1975 Dodge Royal Monaco
1974-1973 Plymouth Barracuda
1976-1973 Plymouth Duster
1978-1965 Plymouth Fury, I, II, III
1977-1972 Plymouth Gran Fury
1975-1973 Plymouth Roadrunner
1974-1973 Plymouth Satellite
1976-1973 Plymouth Scamp
1976-1973 Plymouth Valiant
1979-1976 Plymouth Volare
 

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Can this be used on a 1968 charger as long as you use the 71 charger pitman arm?
For a Dodge Charger you would want to use our box part #800126 which has the 1-1/8" diameter pitman shaft to match your pitman arm. The 1971 pitman arm would be 1-1/8" as well. The diameter was not changed to 1-1/4" until 1973.
 

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For a Dodge Charger you would want to use our box part #800126 which has the 1-1/8" diameter pitman shaft to match your pitman arm. The 1971 pitman arm would be 1-1/8" as well. The diameter was not changed to 1-1/4" until 1973.
I already have a 800127 and was wondering if I could just buy a 73 pitman arm for my 68 are the lengths the same just different diameter shaft holes?
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I already have a 800127 and was wondering if I could just buy a 73 pitman arm for my 68 are the lengths the same just different diameter shaft holes?
Thanks
I don't think this will work as it was not just a pitman arm diameter change but a linkage change, one has ball stud up and the other ball stud down. I do see this item listed on eBay that claims it can fix this issue but do not have any first hand experience with it. https://www.ebay.com/i/223781001795...AK-hONhNYUjqfw0ieK3OQRqznEG-T3WBoCM8YQAvD_BwE
 
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