Everything you need in one kit to reroute your power steering hoses to follow the path of the big block and of the 1969 - 1970 Mercury Cougar. We highly recommend using the 1969 system that passes under the drivers side lower control arm as opposed to along the exhaust manifold. Especially if you are using after-market headers. When full pressure is applied to your power steering unit the hoses will move substantially, not even the little rubber strap installed on the driver side shock tower from the factory will always keep the hoses from coming in contact with the exhaust manifolds. Another major issue of the system that utilizes the small nut (1/4") on the control valve pressure hose is that the small nut control valve posses a potential safety issue, thus the reason why Ford replaced it the following year. The small nut system was engineered dangerously close to the maximum psi tollerances of the small nut tubing. This conversion includes the reproduction 1969 - 1970 power steering hose bracket that mounts to your frame stand, a rebuilt 1968 control valve with the 5/16" hose fitting, and the premium reproduction 1969 small block complete hose kit.
Please note that the holes are not pre-drilled on the 67 small blocks to mount the big block hose bracket. The locations of the hoses are marked on the engine side of the frame stands, but they will need to be drilled out. See pics below:
Check out the very first Cougar in our video below!