Power from the Mogi-built TH400 auto transmission with 3,000 rpm stall converter is split to the axles using a stout NP205 transfer case. To the left you can see the Saginaw power steering box that is mounted to the driver side frame rail up under the cab. Lee Power Steering built the reverse geared box that is fed by a Howe pump. The steering column shaft is routed to a D&M steering quickener mounted in about the stock location for a steering box. From there, the quickener output goes backward to this steering box. Then, from here the pitman arm moves a relay rod running to the front axle fore and aft.