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Steering box?

My steering box needs replacing. I have an 08 build one F350. It seems like there are a few different model steering boxes. can anyone assist me on which one (part number) i'll need.

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Get a RedHead. If it's lifted, or you plan on lifting with big tires, get the HD one.

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I'm in the same boat. Mine just went out the other day and I'm waiting on a quote from the dealer on how much it will cost? If it weren't for the pittmen arm and the horror stories I have read I would do it my self.

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Agree with Falcon. Go RedHead and make sure you use the correct PS fluid when replacing and follow the specific instructions on purging system. Idiots that did mine used wrong fluid and a 1 day repair turned into a week repair.
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