^^ wow, never knew this. The steering feedback is perfect in newer years. I'm so used to it, I have trouble adapting to old-time mush. I have a '67 Cutlass (A-body hotrod) that's getting a quick-steering box and positive castor added to feel anything. In those days, you'd feel absolutely nothing rolling the wheel around with one finger. Even creeping at idle the boat helms produced effortless steering. They thought they had defined the ultimate power-steering benchmark and were very pleased. Ugh, this went on for years with American mush buckets!!
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