Buick GS / GS 455 1970, Complete Steering Gear Rebuild Kit by Edelmann®. Power Steering Repair Kit. Edelmann, the company that’s been making parts since the early 20th century with extensive steering repair experience, has you covered with everything you need to complete the steering system repair job. This Steering Gear Kit includes components that follow OE design and ensure a perfect fit.
- Designed to make the repair job quick and easy
- Engineered to meet OE specifications
- Constructed to ensure a perfect fit
- Made of quality materials for long service life
- Most kits include Pitman shaft bearing and Input shaft bearing
- Bearing and Hardware Parts Specific to Repair
A properly functioning steering gear is essential for predictable and safe vehicle control. However, after many years and miles your steering gear can get loose and leaky, leaving you with excessive steering wheel play, lack of vehicle control, and oil spots on the ground. If you need quality steering gear components to bring your steering gear back to life, Edelmann is a great choice as this company has 100-plus years of proven engineering experience. Its parts are designed to meet OE specifications, so OE-like fit and function of steering gear components are guaranteed. When you choose Edelmann, you get premium replacement parts that are designed with quality in mind.
Edelmann® is one of the leading designers and manufacturers of a wide range of auto parts and tools, from power steering hoses to rebuild kits. The company was founded in Chicago in 1909, and 100-plus years of dedication to quality make Edelmann well-known and trusted worldwide. Edelmann's manufacturing experience started with production of anti-freeze testers, automotive brass fittings, and general products in the early 20th century. In 1960, the company began production of the power steering hose. A decade later, the Edelmann family added the Plews division and a new line of lubrication products including funnels, measures, grease guns, etc. E. Edelmann & Co. company was officially renamed Plews/Edelmann. in 1995.