This is my how to on a steering gear box replacement. First: Position your truck on level ground with you wheels and steering wheel centered and lock your steering wheel Second: Lift the drivers side of the vehicle and remove the wheel Third: Flip the plastic cover off your steering shaft, this will give you access to the set screw that hold the steering shaft to the box. Fourth: Remove the set screw ( It will fight you a little cause its covered in lock tight Fifth: Remove the 2 fluid lines. I used a crows foot with a 2ft extension. Sixth: Remove the pitman arm. (you will need to rent a puller for this) Seventh: Remove the 3 bolts from the outside of the frame rail( I left the bolts hanging from the frame. It makes it easier to get restarted) Eighth: Now you can pull the gear box free from the steering shaft. Ninth: Pull the plastic caps out your new gear box. Wrap the steering shaft end with a rag and use pliers to turn the box to full lock. Now you turn the box all the way to full lock in the other direction, COUNT THE FULL TURNS! Now you know the full turns it can make take it halfway back and it will be centered. Tenth: Push the gear box back on the steering shaft and put the set screw back in. Eleventh: Put the three bolts from the frame back in the box. Twelfth: Put the pitman arm back up on the box. Thirteenth: Put the fluid lines back on snap the plastic shaft cover back on fill with fluid and you should be good to go.