a restoration , a steering damper tells me that a possible front end over haul will be included, upper/lower pinion bearings, front wheel bearings, maybe steering gear rebuild, new tie-rod ends, possibly new felt oil seal and seal retainer plate, wheel bearing spindle bushings, these things sound like a lot of greasy work , but the results of nice tight accurate effortless steering are well worth the trouble. also if someone lifted your vehicle with non-stock springs you may have to check the book on how to fix the caster so the vehicle will track better and the wheel will return better after a turn. I’m not a real mechanic so I had to go by the service manual that spells these procedures out , I left one part of the procedure out and caught it because I kept reviewing the book while I was working. good luck. now I have to do this job on an FC-150. just got done on an M-170 . none of my stuff is concourse restorations but they have the tightest steering on the planet. I wouldn’t trade my stock ’60 6-226 wagon for a Georgia farm . have fun.