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Valve Cover Relocation Point
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(1) Power Steering Reservoir Bracket
Trick Flow Power Steering Reservoir Bracket
If you're rebuilding the engine of your 1999-2004 Ford Lightning using Trick Flow cylinder heads, then you need to relocate your power steering reservoir. The factory heads house the reservoir on the side of the cylinder heads, but because of the design difference of Trick Flow's heads, the reservoir needs to be attached to the valve covers. This power steering reservoir bracket includes flange bolts and captive nut clips so you can easily bolt your reservoir and new bracket directly to the valve covers with the included hardware and valve cover bolts. This bracket is made out of high-quality steel to ensure a lifetime of dependability.
If your factory reservoir has seen better days, make sure to check out part # LRS-3697AA! LMR has you covered for all of your Lightning needs!
Trick Flow - Serious Horsepower
Horsepower doesn't happen by accident. It takes time, skill, and the right combination of parts to allow your engine to produce optimum power levels.
Trick Flow engineers use advanced Computer-Aided Design (CAD) work stations and high-tech 3D modeling to develop and analyze components quickly and accurately. Trick Flow machinists use state-of-the-art rapid physical prototyping, CNC-machining centers, and hot rodding know-how to turn designs into molds and foundry tooling.
Prototypes and products are subjected to hours of relentless testing on one of Trick Flow's dynamometers, and extensive road and race track data is gathered to guarantee parts perform as intended. Trick Flow's commitment to quality combined with a "zero defects" attitude ensures Trick Flow products will exceed your expectations.
From Lightning cylinder heads to Mustang camshafts, pistons to intake manifolds, Trick Flow is committed to making products that are designed and engineered to deliver power!
Bought my 2002 Lightning new. With exception of my installing a K&N cold air system, my truck remained bone stock for its first 10 years. At 90K miles of reliable driving, I decided to give my truck a...