I recently got a worm and sector steering box accessory for a model t from a good friend.
It is a "Standard Foundry Omaha" manufacture. This steering box had a attached bracket that bolts to the frame in the same holes used for the lower Ford bracket. This bracket has the same angle as a stock lower bracket.
It uses a Ford shaft and pitman arm and has 2 loops cast in it to support the lower ends of the spark and throttle rods. The sector has an adjustable off set bushing to adjust the backlash. There is a lock to not allow over steering.
Anyone ever seen one of these?????
Wow! I know that several companies made or sold such steering gears for the model T. Ross is probably best known, but I have heard of a couple others. I don't believe I have ever heard of that one. Let alone, seen one.
Pictures would help
Ford changed the lower mounting configuration for the 26-7 model by quite a bit. One designed for the earlier car really doesn't fit well on them. I learned this the hard way with my Ross steering box project
I can't help you with any information on the version you have
Any of these after market steering boxes require a method of dealing with the twisting forces that they impart to the frame rail.
Ross used a frame "boxing " piece
Others seemed to have relied on a brace to the engine
Without some method of handling this issue, the function will not be very satisfactory
I will try and post photos of my steering box this weekend. I will take your advice, Les and secure the box to the frame via boxing or to the motor.