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1955 210 SERIES, 406 DUAL QUAD ENGINE WITH MUNCIE 4 SPEED
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The specs provided above are for a stock vehicle. If you go to modified control arms and radial tires, so changes are recommended. ALso power steering might have more caster than a manual steer vehicle to help with returnability. As far as specs go , you will get all kinds of answers if the vehicle is modified
 

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Guys, the second link that pops posted above discusses settings for modified and power steering cars.

There's no reason that a car with stock power steering wouldn't be just as responsive to increased caster as one with an aftermarket steering box or a rack and pinion.

That said, most guys with stock power steering are not going to be inclined to make the modifications needed to have a lot of positive caster. So in the end, it's a matter of how much do you want to do?
 
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