How many folks are using and have had quality control issues with Flaming River's remake of a Vega Saginaw steering box? One of my buddies is on his second Flaming River box. The first box had all kinds of play in it. Sent it back and was rebuilt. Came back and was set-up so tight the steering wheel wouldn't return after ya'd make a turn. Tech guy (Moron) at Flaming River told my buddy the box is supposed to be tight . They sent mim another new box. It lasted less than 2,000 miles and lost all it's adjustment. So much so, that ya' can't adjust the play out. He needs another one. Another buddy builds hot rods for a living. Just got done doing a NICE '32 Sedan that showed up in the mags. It's Flaming River Vega box took a dump too. One of the most important parts of the car, ya' buy what ya' think is the best and it turns out to be junk. They're both gonna' replace'm with a rebuilt original Vega Saginaw. I remember being at the PRI Show a few years ago and talking to a steering box vendor rep. He told me the best box to go with was a rebuilt Vega. Must be he had some insider information . I'm using original Saginaw Vega boxes in a couple of my cars and have had no problems. How about user reports on the Mullins and other Vega boxes. What's made in the USA and what's being made offshore (China ).