Its a really simple job. There's 3 bolts on the right of the box that connect it to the frame. 1 bolt that connects it to the steering shaft. There's 2 hoses that are bolted in to the top of the box, and the 1 bolt that connects the pitman arm to the box, 32mm on mine (a real pain in the ass to get off, I needed to use a torth). Then you'll need a pitman arm puller to yank the pitman arm off the box. Just remove all those, and put the new box in and put all the bolts back on. Just don't turn the steering wheel while you have the pitman arm disconnected or you'll ruin your clockspring.
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